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PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION
FOREWORD TO THE FIRST EDITION
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE FORESTS
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1A inch arranged average Balsam Fir Balsam Poplar BARK.—The bark base Basswood Black Ash Black Cherry Black Locust Black Spruce Blue Beech branches branchlets bud-scales bundle-scars Butternut Canada Plum catkins Chestnut Oak Choke Cherry cluster colour cone conical conspicuous dark densely figures natural flattened FLOWER.—The flowers Flowering Dogwood FRUIT.—The fruit Gray Birch grayish hairs hairy hardwood Hickory Hornbeam inch in length lateral buds leaf-scar leaf-stalk LEAF.—The leaves leaflets Leaves one-half lenticels lobes Locust Manitoba Maple midrib Mountain Maple narrow notches Oak Group Ontario ovoid pairs pistillate pith Poplar province Red Cherry Red Spruce reddish reddish-brown ridges Rock Elm scales scaly scar seeds serrate Shagbark shape Silver Maple slender small tree smooth stalk staminate stout Striped Maple Sugar Maple surface teeth terminal bud toothed usually V2 inch long White Ash White Birch White Elm White Oak White Spruce whitish Willow winter wood Yellow Birch