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100 Forest Trees of Alabama

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The following information is from the publication "100 Forest Trees of Alabama" written by Dr. Harlan York during the mid-1950s as a contracted employee of the Division of Forestry, Alabama Department of Conservation. To download the complete publication click here.
         
  Allegheny Chinkapin Carolina Silverbell Magnolia, Bigleaf Oak, White
  American Beech Common Persimmon Magnolia, Fraser Oak, Willow
  American Chestnut Cucumbertree Magnolia, Southern Osage Orange
  American Elm Downy Serviceberry Maple, Red Pecan
  American Holly Eastern Cottonwood Maple, Silver Pine, Longleaf
  American Hornbean Eastern Hemlock Maple, Sugar Pine, Loblolly
  American Smoke-tree Eastern Hophornbeam Oak, Black Pine, Pond
  American Sycamore Eastern Redbud Oak, Blackjack Pine, Sand
  Atlantic White Cedar Eastern Redcedar Oak, Bluejack Pine, Shortleaf
  Ash, Blue Elm, American Oak, Bur Pine, Slash
  Ash, Carolina Elm, September Oak, Chestnut Pine, Spruce
Ash, Green Elm, Slippery Oak, Chinkapin Pine, Virginia
  Ash, White Elm, Winged Oak, Cherrybark Redbay
  Atlantic White Cedar Hackberry Oak, Durand Red Mulberry
  Birch, Sweet Hickory, Bitternut Oak, Live River Birch
  Birch, River Hickory, Mockernut Oak, Laurel Sassafras
  Baldcypress Hickory, Nutmeg Oak, Northern Red Sourwood
  Black Cherry Hickory, Pignut Oak, Overcup Southern Catalpa
  Blackgum Hickory, Sand Oak, Post Sugarberry
  Black Walnut Hickory, Shagbark Oak, Scarlet Sweetbay
  Black Willow Hickory, Shellbark Oak, Shumard Swamp Cottonwood
  Boxelder Hickory, Water Oak, Southern Red Swamp Tupelo
  Buckeye, Ohio Locust, Black Oak, Swamp Chestnut White Basswood
  Buckeye, Yellow Locust, Honey Oak, Turkey Witch Hazel
  Butternut Loblolly-Bay Oak, Water Yellow Poplar


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