Trees of Indiana First Revised Edition (Publication No. 13, Department of Conservation, State of Indiana)
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Trees of Indiana First Revised Edition (Publication No. 13, Department of Conservation, State of Indiana)

By Charles Clemon Deam
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Table of Contents
  • TREES OF INDIANA
  • Preface
  • Illustrations.
  • Introduction
  • Key to the Families.
  • PINÀCEAE. The Pine Family.
  • SALICÀCEAE.[10] The Willow Family.
  • JUGLANDÀCEAE. The Walnut Family.
  • FAGÀCEAE. The Beech Family.
  • ULMÀCEAE. The Elm Family.
  • MORÀCEAE. The Mulberry Family.
  • MAGNOLIÀCEAE. The Magnolia Family.
  • ANONÀCEAE. The Custard Apple Family.
  • LAURÀCEAE. The Laurel Family.
  • ALTINGIÀCEAE. Sweet Gum Family.
  • PLATANÀCEAE. The Plane Tree Family.
  • MALÀCEAE.[51] The Apple Family.
  • AMYGDALÀCEAE. The Plum Family.
  • CAESALPINÀCEAE. The Senna Family.
  • FABÀCEAE. The Pea Family.
  • ROBÍNIA. The Locusts.
  • SIMARUBÀCEAE. The Quassia Family.
  • ACERÀCEAE. The Maple Family.
  • AESCULÀCEAE. The Buckeye Family.
  • TILIÀCEAE. The Linden Family.
  • CORNÀCEAE. The Dogwood Family.
  • ERICÀCEAE. The Heath Family.
  • EBENÀCEAE. The Ebony Family.
  • OLEÀCEAE. The Olive Family.
  • BIGNONIÀCEAE. The Trumpet Creeper Family.
  • CAPRIFOLIÀCEAE. The Honeysuckle Family.
  • Species Excluded.
  • Table of Measurements of the Largest Trees of Some Species That Occur in Indiana.
  • FOOTNOTES:
  • Index
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