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" The wood of this magnificent tree is highly valued in many branches of the mechanic art, — especially the variety called yellow poplar, which is generally to be known by its thicker and more deeply furrowed bark. The bark of the root, and young tree,... "
Flora Cestrica: An Herborizing Companion for the Young Botanists of Chester ... - Page 9
by William Darlington - 1853 - 498 pages
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FLORA CESTRICA

1853
...on the fusiform receptacle. Hob, Rich woodlands, and fence-rows : common. Fl. May. Fr. October. Obs. The wood of this magnificent tree is highly valued...also, of our brilliant native shrubs, — such as the KalnuaSj Azaleas, &c. &c. ORDER III. ANONACEAE. Trees or shrubs, with naked buds and no stipules ;...
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Flora Cestrica: An Herborizing Companion for the Young Botanists of Chester ...

William Darlington - Botany - 1853 - 498 pages
...on the fusiform receptacle. Hab. Rieb woodlande, and fence-rows : common. Ft. May. Fr. October. Obf. The wood of this magnificent tree is highly valued...said, also, of our brilliant native shrubs, — such aa the Ealmīat, Azaieat, &c. &c. ORDER ГЛ. ANONĄCEAE. Trrei or Aruit, with naked buds anil no tripule*;...
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Flora Cestrica: An Herborizing Companion for the Young Botanists of Chester ...

William Darlington - Botany - 1858 - 498 pages
...bark of the root, and young tree, is a good aromatic bitter. "Many people," says KALM, "believe ita roots to be as efficacious against the fever as the...said, also, of our brilliant native shrubs, — such us the JKalmitu, Azaleai, &c. &c. OKDER Ш. ANONĄCEAE. Trm or thrums, with naked buds and no ttipulet...
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Florida Ethnobotany

Daniel F. Austin - Science - 2004 - 952 pages
...head-ach. When horses are plagued with worms, the bark is pounded, and given to them quite dry. Many people believe its roots to be as efficacious against the fever as the Jesuit's bark." George H. Loskiel in 1794 wrote that the fruit and bark were a powerful Indian remedy against agues...
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