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21919
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This article examines the use of white pine, a type of wood not grown in the South, in the 18th and 19th century production of furniture found throughout Southern homes. The trade patterns between North and South is discussed as well as Southern furniture makers such as C.J. Tooker of Fayetteville.
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9454
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The distribution of white pines in North Carolina is in the western Piedmont and mountainous counties; however, in the Piedmont, along the Rocky and Deep rivers in Chatham and Lee counties, a stand of white pines exists. The authors describe this stand which is one hundred miles east of its natural range.
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35850
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Deep River’s yields to NC citizens stretched back to pre-Colonial days. Its valued could be gauged in coal used by Confederate blockade runners and hardwoods like the White Pine. How the author attained an appreciation: by the great outdoors experiences of camping and canoeing.
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 8 Issue 3, Apr 1980, p18-19, 52