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White Ash
White Ash
Source: Central State, Ohio River and lower Mississippi River Valley
Properties: Heavy, hard, strong, close grained, tough elastic, heartwood brown with pale sapwood.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,420 lbs. Per/M

Basswood
(Tilia Americana)
Source: Eastern United States, south to Georgia and west to Nebraska
Properties: Light, soft, easily worked, moderately strong, even grained, light brown to nearly white.
Weight,
air-dry:
2,170 lbs. Per/M

Beech
( Fagus grandifolia)
Source: Eastern U.S., westward to Wisconsin and Texas
Properties: Heavy, strong, hard stiff, good shock-resisting ability, takes high polish, heartwood light to reddish brown.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,670 lbs. Per/M
Beech
Cherry
(Prunus serotina)
Source: Eastern United States, principally West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York and Tennessee.
Properties: Moderately heavy, strong, compact, heartwood rich reddish brown.
Weight,
air-dry:
2,920 lbs. Per/M

Birch
(Betula lutea)
Source: Northeastern and Lake State, and Appalachian region.
Properties: Heavy, hard, stiff, strong, close grain, light reddish brown heartwood.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,580 lbs. Per/M

Hickory
(Shagbark Hickory-
Hicoria ovata)
Source: Eastern United States, principally Appalachian, lower Mississippi Valley and central hardwood regions.
Properties: Heavy, hard, strong, tough, elastic, close-grained, light brown.
Weight,
air-dry:
4,250 lbs. Per/M

Hard Maple
(Acer saccharum,
Acer nigrum)
Source: Eastern United States, principally Michigan, Wisconsin, New York and Appalachian Region.
Properties: Tough, hard, strong, close-grained, takes good polish, wears evenly, sapwood is creamy white with slight reddish brown tinge, heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,670 lbs. Per/M

Soft Maple
(Acer saccharinum
& Acer rubrum)
Source: Eastern United States, principally Lake States and Southern States.
Properties: Moderately heavy and strong, fairly hard, close-grained, light reddish brown heartwood.
Weight,
air-dry:
2,750 lbs. Per/M

Appalachian
Red Oak
(Princiapally
Quercus Borealis)
Source: Eastern U.S., principally from the Appalachian Mts.
Properties: Heavy, hard, strong, heartwood light reddish brown.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,670 lbs. Per/M

Appalachian
White Oak
(Principally Quercus alba)
Source: Eastern U.S., principally from the Appalachian Mts.
Properties: Hard, heavy, strong, durable, heartwood pale brown, prominent quartersawed figure.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,920 lbs. Per/M

Black Walnut
(Juglans nigra)
Source: Eastern U.s., pricipally central states
Properties: Hard, heavy strong, compact, durable, heartwood rich dark brown.
Weight,
air-dry:
3,250 lbs. Per/M

Yellow Poplar
(Liriodendron tilipifera)
Source: Eastern United States, Appalachians and southern States.
Properties: Light, soft, straight-grained, easily worked, shrinks little, greenish to yellow brown in color.
Weight,
air-dry:
2,330 lbs. Per/M

Basswood
Beech
Cherry
Birch
Hickory
Hard Maple
Soft Maple
Appalachian Red Oak
Appalachian White Oak
Black Walnut
Yellow Poplar
 

 

 

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