The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties First Edition
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The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties First Edition

By Charles H. (Charles Henry) Snow
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  • The Principal Species of Wood: Their Characteristic Properties.
    • Preface
    • Table of Contents
    • List of Plates
    • Bibliography
    • Part I. Introduction
    • Part II. Exogenous Series
      • Introduction.
      • Broadleaf or Hardwoods.
        • Oak (Quercus)
        • ASH.(Fraxinus.)
        • ELM. (Ulmus.)
        • MAPLE. (Acer.)
        • WALNUT. (Juglans.)
        • HICKORY. (Hicoria or Carya.)
        • CHESTNUT, CHINQUAPIN. (Castanea.)
        • BEECH.(Fagus.) IRONWOOD.(Carpinus, Ostrya, etc.)
        • SYCAMORE. (Platanus.)
        • BIRCH. (Betula.)
        • LOCUST, MESQUITE. (Robinia, Gleditsia, Prosopis.)
        • Whitewood Or Tulip-tree Wood (Liriodendron.), Poplar Or Cottonwood (Populus.), Cucumber-tree Wood (Magnolia.), Basswood (Tilia.).
        • WILLOW. (Salix.)
        • CATALPA. (Catalpa.)
        • SASSAFRAS. (Sassafras.) MULBERRY. (Morus.)
        • BUCKEYE. HORSE CHESTNUT. (Æsculus.)
        • GUM. (Liquidambar, Nyssa.)
        • HOLLY (Ilex.). BOXWOOD (Buxus, Cornus, etc.). LIGNUM VITÆ (Guajacum.).
        • LAUREL. (Magnolia, Rhododendron, Arbutus, etc.)
        • PERSIMMON (Diospyros.). OSAGE ORANGE (Maclura.). CHERRY (Prunus.).
        • TEAK (Tectona.). GREENHEART (Nectandra.).
        • MAHOGANY. (Swietenia, Khaya, Soymida, Cedrela, etc.)
        • EUCALYPTUS. (Eucalyptus.)
      • Oak (Quercus)
      • ASH.(Fraxinus.)
      • ELM. (Ulmus.)
      • MAPLE. (Acer.)
      • WALNUT. (Juglans.)
      • HICKORY. (Hicoria or Carya.)
      • CHESTNUT, CHINQUAPIN. (Castanea.)
      • BEECH.(Fagus.) IRONWOOD.(Carpinus, Ostrya, etc.)
      • SYCAMORE. (Platanus.)
      • BIRCH. (Betula.)
      • LOCUST, MESQUITE. (Robinia, Gleditsia, Prosopis.)
      • Whitewood Or Tulip-tree Wood (Liriodendron.), Poplar Or Cottonwood (Populus.), Cucumber-tree Wood (Magnolia.), Basswood (Tilia.).
      • WILLOW. (Salix.)
      • CATALPA. (Catalpa.)
      • SASSAFRAS. (Sassafras.) MULBERRY. (Morus.)
      • BUCKEYE. HORSE CHESTNUT. (Æsculus.)
      • GUM. (Liquidambar, Nyssa.)
      • HOLLY (Ilex.). BOXWOOD (Buxus, Cornus, etc.). LIGNUM VITÆ (Guajacum.).
      • LAUREL. (Magnolia, Rhododendron, Arbutus, etc.)
      • PERSIMMON (Diospyros.). OSAGE ORANGE (Maclura.). CHERRY (Prunus.).
      • TEAK (Tectona.). GREENHEART (Nectandra.).
      • MAHOGANY. (Swietenia, Khaya, Soymida, Cedrela, etc.)
      • EUCALYPTUS. (Eucalyptus.)
      • Needleleaf Woods.
        • PINE. (Pinus.)
        • KAURI PINE. (Dammara.)
        • SPRUCE. (Picea.)
        • DOUGLAS SPRUCE. (Pseudotsuga.)
        • FIR. (Abies.)
        • HEMLOCK. (Tsuga.)
        • LARCH. TAMARACK. (Larix.)
        • CEDAR. (Cedrus, Thuya, Chamæcyparis, Libocedrus, Juniperus.)
        • CYPRESS. (Cupressus and Taxodium.)
        • REDWOOD. (Sequoia.)
      • PINE. (Pinus.)
      • KAURI PINE. (Dammara.)
      • SPRUCE. (Picea.)
      • DOUGLAS SPRUCE. (Pseudotsuga.)
      • FIR. (Abies.)
      • HEMLOCK. (Tsuga.)
      • LARCH. TAMARACK. (Larix.)
      • CEDAR. (Cedrus, Thuya, Chamæcyparis, Libocedrus, Juniperus.)
      • CYPRESS. (Cupressus and Taxodium.)
      • REDWOOD. (Sequoia.)
    • Introduction.
    • Broadleaf or Hardwoods.
      • Oak (Quercus)
      • ASH.(Fraxinus.)
      • ELM. (Ulmus.)
      • MAPLE. (Acer.)
      • WALNUT. (Juglans.)
      • HICKORY. (Hicoria or Carya.)
      • CHESTNUT, CHINQUAPIN. (Castanea.)
      • BEECH.(Fagus.) IRONWOOD.(Carpinus, Ostrya, etc.)
      • SYCAMORE. (Platanus.)
      • BIRCH. (Betula.)
      • LOCUST, MESQUITE. (Robinia, Gleditsia, Prosopis.)
      • Whitewood Or Tulip-tree Wood (Liriodendron.), Poplar Or Cottonwood (Populus.), Cucumber-tree Wood (Magnolia.), Basswood (Tilia.).
      • WILLOW. (Salix.)
      • CATALPA. (Catalpa.)
      • SASSAFRAS. (Sassafras.) MULBERRY. (Morus.)
      • BUCKEYE. HORSE CHESTNUT. (Æsculus.)
      • GUM. (Liquidambar, Nyssa.)
      • HOLLY (Ilex.). BOXWOOD (Buxus, Cornus, etc.). LIGNUM VITÆ (Guajacum.).
      • LAUREL. (Magnolia, Rhododendron, Arbutus, etc.)
      • PERSIMMON (Diospyros.). OSAGE ORANGE (Maclura.). CHERRY (Prunus.).
      • TEAK (Tectona.). GREENHEART (Nectandra.).
      • MAHOGANY. (Swietenia, Khaya, Soymida, Cedrela, etc.)
      • EUCALYPTUS. (Eucalyptus.)
    • Oak (Quercus)
    • ASH.(Fraxinus.)
    • ELM. (Ulmus.)
    • MAPLE. (Acer.)
    • WALNUT. (Juglans.)
    • HICKORY. (Hicoria or Carya.)
    • CHESTNUT, CHINQUAPIN. (Castanea.)
    • BEECH.(Fagus.) IRONWOOD.(Carpinus, Ostrya, etc.)
    • SYCAMORE. (Platanus.)
    • BIRCH. (Betula.)
    • LOCUST, MESQUITE. (Robinia, Gleditsia, Prosopis.)
    • Whitewood Or Tulip-tree Wood (Liriodendron.), Poplar Or Cottonwood (Populus.), Cucumber-tree Wood (Magnolia.), Basswood (Tilia.).
    • WILLOW. (Salix.)
    • CATALPA. (Catalpa.)
    • SASSAFRAS. (Sassafras.) MULBERRY. (Morus.)
    • BUCKEYE. HORSE CHESTNUT. (Æsculus.)
    • GUM. (Liquidambar, Nyssa.)
    • HOLLY (Ilex.). BOXWOOD (Buxus, Cornus, etc.). LIGNUM VITÆ (Guajacum.).
    • LAUREL. (Magnolia, Rhododendron, Arbutus, etc.)
    • PERSIMMON (Diospyros.). OSAGE ORANGE (Maclura.). CHERRY (Prunus.).
    • TEAK (Tectona.). GREENHEART (Nectandra.).
    • MAHOGANY. (Swietenia, Khaya, Soymida, Cedrela, etc.)
    • EUCALYPTUS. (Eucalyptus.)
    • Needleleaf Woods.
      • PINE. (Pinus.)
      • KAURI PINE. (Dammara.)
      • SPRUCE. (Picea.)
      • DOUGLAS SPRUCE. (Pseudotsuga.)
      • FIR. (Abies.)
      • HEMLOCK. (Tsuga.)
      • LARCH. TAMARACK. (Larix.)
      • CEDAR. (Cedrus, Thuya, Chamæcyparis, Libocedrus, Juniperus.)
      • CYPRESS. (Cupressus and Taxodium.)
      • REDWOOD. (Sequoia.)
    • PINE. (Pinus.)
    • KAURI PINE. (Dammara.)
    • SPRUCE. (Picea.)
    • DOUGLAS SPRUCE. (Pseudotsuga.)
    • FIR. (Abies.)
    • HEMLOCK. (Tsuga.)
    • LARCH. TAMARACK. (Larix.)
    • CEDAR. (Cedrus, Thuya, Chamæcyparis, Libocedrus, Juniperus.)
    • CYPRESS. (Cupressus and Taxodium.)
    • REDWOOD. (Sequoia.)
    • Part III. Endogenous Series. (Monocotyledons)
      • Palm, Yucca, and Bamboo
        • PALM. PALMACEÆ.
        • YUCCA. (Yucca.)
        • BAMBOO. (Bambusæ.)
      • PALM. PALMACEÆ.
      • YUCCA. (Yucca.)
      • BAMBOO. (Bambusæ.)
    • Palm, Yucca, and Bamboo
      • PALM. PALMACEÆ.
      • YUCCA. (Yucca.)
      • BAMBOO. (Bambusæ.)
    • PALM. PALMACEÆ.
    • YUCCA. (Yucca.)
    • BAMBOO. (Bambusæ.)
    • Index
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