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Title: Flomaton Natural Area: A Living Museum for Longleaf Pine

Author: Kush, John S.;

Date: 1999

Source: Alabama's Treasured Forests, Fall 1999

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Roland Harper, Alabama state geographer in the first half of this century, wrote in his Economic Botany of Alabama (1928). "Longleaf pine might have once been the most abundant tree in the United States and was certainly the most abundant tree in Alabama." He went on to say, "longleaf had more uses than any other tree in North America, if not the whole world

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Kush, John S. 1999. Flomaton Natural Area: A Living Museum for Longleaf Pine. Alabama''s Treasured Forests, Fall 1999

 


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