Пошаговый разбор стартера сузуки гранд витара 2008г в

How it Began

The tradition of the Capitol Christmas Tree, or "The People’s Tree," began in 1964 when Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives John W. McCormack (D-MA) placed a live Christmas tree on the Capitol lawn. This tree lived three years before succumbing to wind and root damage.

In 1970, the Capitol Architect asked the U.S.

пошаговый разбор стартера сузуки гранд витара 2008г в

Forest Service to provide a Christmas tree. Since then, a different national forest has been chosen each year to provide "The People’s Tree." This national forest also works with state forests to provide companion trees that are smaller Christmas trees for пошаговый разбор стартера сузуки гранд витара 2008г в in Washington, D.C. 

The Willamette National Forest in Oregon will provide the 2018 U.S.

пошаговый разбор стартера сузуки гранд витара 2008г в

Capitol Christmas Tree.

 

Thank you to our 2017 Sponsors

Willamette National Forest, Oregon

YearTreeSource
1964Douglas Fir (live)Buddies Nurseries, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania
1965Douglas Fir (live)Buddies Nurseries, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania
1966Douglas Fir (live)Buddies Nurseries, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania
1967Douglas Fir (live)Buddies Nurseries, Birdsboro, Pennsylvania
1968White Pine (parts)Finxburg, Maryland
1969White Pine (parts)Westminister, Maryland
1970Norway SpruceMonongahela National Forest, West Virginia
1971Black SpruceWhite Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
1972Balsam FirTennessee National Forest, Pennsylvania
1973White SpruceAllegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania
1974Fraser FirPisgah National Forest, North Carolina
1975Balsam FirOttawa National Forest, Michigan
1976Red SpruceMonongahela National Forest, West Virginia
1977White SpruceNemadji State Forest, Minnesota
1978Norway SpruceSavage River State Forest, Maryland
1979White SpruceNicolet National Forest, Wisconsin
1980White SpruceGreen Mountain National Forest, Vermont
1981White SpruceHiawatha National Forest, Michigan
1982Balsam FirRiley Bostwich Wildlife Пошаговый разбор стартера сузуки гранд витара 2008г в Area, Vermont
1983White SpruceChequamegon National Forest, Пошаговый разбор стартера сузуки гранд витара 2008г в SpruceSuperior National Forest, Minnesota
1985White SpruceOttawa National Forest, Michigan
1986Shasta Red FirKlamath National Forest, California
1987Norway SpruceWayne-Hoosier National Forest, Ohio
1988Balsam FirManistee National Forest, Michigan
1989Engelmann SpruceKootenai National Forest, Montana
1990Engelmann SpruceRoutt National Forest, Colorado
1991Blue Spruce (live)Carson National Forest, New Mexico
1992White SpruceChippewa National Forest, Minnesota
1993White FirSan Bernardino National Forest, California
1994Balsam FirGreen Mountain National Forest, Vermont
1995Douglas FirPlumas National Forest, California
1996Engelmann SpruceManti-LaSal National Forest, Utah
1997Black Hills SpruceBlack Hills National Forest, South Dakota
1998Fraser FirPisgah National Forest, North Carolina
1999White SpruceNicolet National Forest, Wisconsin
2000Colorado Blue SprucePike National Forest, Colorado
2001White SpruceOttawa National Forest, Michigan
2002Douglas FirUmpqua National Forest, Oregon
2003Engelmann SpruceBoise Nationl Forest, Idaho
2004Red SpruceWashington & Jefferson National Forest, Virginia
2005Engelmann SpruceSanta Fe National Forest, New Mexico
2006Pacific Silver FirOlympic National Forest, Washington
2007Balsam FirGreen Mountain National Forest, Vermont
2008Subalpine FirBitterroot National Forest, Montana
2009Blue SpruceApache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona
2010Engelmann SpruceBridger-Teton National Forest, Wyoming
2011Sierra White FirStanislaus National Forest, California
2012Engelmann SpruceWhite River National Forest, Colorado
2013Engelmann SpruceColville National Forest, Washington
2014White SpruceChippewa National Forest, Minnesota
2015Lutz SpruceChugach National Forest, Alaska
2016Engelmann SprucePayette National Forest, Idaho
2017Engelmann Spruce Kootenai National Forest, Montana
2018TBDWillamette National Forest, Oregon
Источник: http://www.capitolchristmastree.com/history.html