Quercus alba (White Oak)

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Quercus Alba, Rubra, And Tinctoria (Oak—White, Red, And Black) These forest-trees vary in size, according to the climate and soil.  In diameter they are from three to six feet; in height, from sixty to a hundred feet.  They are too well-known to require any botanical description.

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