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Tree Studies




AN OUTDOOR LESSON ON TREES

- Ii Woods With Pores--broadleaf, Or So-called "hardwoods"

FORESTRY

- Study Iv Tree Repair
- Study I What Forestry Is And What It Does

HOW TO IDENTIFY TREES

- How To Identify Trees
- Group I The Pines
- The White Pine (pinus Strobus)
- The Pitch Pine (pinus Rigida)
- The Scotch Pine (pinus Sylvestris)
- Group Ii The Spruce And Hemlock
- The Norway Spruce (picea Excelsa)
- Hemlock (tsuga Canadensis)
- Group Iii The Red Cedar And Arbor-vitae
- Red Cedar (juniperus Virginiana)
- Arbor-vitae; Northern White Cedar (thuja Occidentalis)
- Group Iv The Larch And Cypress
- The European Larch (larix Europaea)
- Bald Cypress (taxodium Distichum)
- Group V The Horsechestnut, Ash And Maple
- The Horsechestnut
- The White Ash (fraxinus Americana)
- Sugar Maple (acer Saccharum)
- Silver Maple (acer Saccharinum)
- Red Maple (acer Rubrum)
- Norway Maple (acer Platanoides)
- Box Elder (acer Negundo)
- Group Vi Trees Told By Their Form: Elm, Poplar, Gingko And Willow
- American Elm (ulmus Americana)
- Lombardy Or Italian Poplar (populus Nigra, Var Italica)
- Gingko Or Maidenhair Tree (gingko Biloba)
- Weeping Willow (salix Babylonica)
- Group Vii Trees Told By Their Bark Or Trunk: Sycamore, Birch, Beech,
- Blue Beech, Ironwood, And Hackberry
- The Sycamore Or Plane Tree (platanus Occidentalis)
- Gray Or White Birch (betula Populifolia)
- American Beech (fagus Americana)
- Blue Beech Or Hornbeam (carpinus Caroliniana)
- Hackberry (celtis Occidentalis)
- Group Viii The Oaks And Chestnut
- White Oak (quercus Alba)
- Black Oak (quercus Velutina)
- Red Oak (quercus Rubra)
- Pin Oak (quercus Palustris)
- Chestnut (castanea Dentata)
- Group Ix The Hickories, Walnut And Butternut
- Shagbark Hickory (hicoria Ovata)
- Mockernut Hickory (hicoria Alba)
- Black Walnut (juglans Nigra)
- Group X Tulip Tree, Sweet Gum, Linden, Magnolia, Locust, Catalpa,
- Dogwood, Mulberry And Osage Orange
- Tulip Tree (liriodendron Tulipifera)
- Sweet Gum (liquidambar Styraciflua)
- American Linden (tilia Americana)
- The Magnolias
- Cucumber Tree (magnolia Acuminata)
- Umbrella Tree (magnolia Tripetala)
- Black Locust (robinia Pseudacacia)
- Hardy Catalpa (catalpa Speciosa)

OUR COMMON WOODS: THEIR IDENTIFICATION, PROPERTIES AND USES

- Study Ii Care Of The Woodland
- Our Common Woods: Their Identification, Properties And Uses
- I Woods Without Pores--conifers Or So-called "softwoods"

THE CARE OF TREES

- Trees Best For Screening
- Study I Insects Injurious To Trees And How To Combat Them
- Important Insects
- The Elm Leaf Beetle
- The Tussock Moth
- The Gipsy Moth
- The Brown-tail Moth
- The Fall Webworm
- The Leopard Moth
- The Hickory Bark Borer
- Plant Lice Or Aphides
- Study Ii Tree Diseases
- Study Iii Pruning Trees
- Fundamental Principles
- Special Considerations
- Tools Used In Pruning
- Suggestions For The Safety Of Tree Climbers

THE STRUCTURE AND REQUIREMENTS OF TREES

- White Mulberry (morus Alba)

WHAT TREES TO PLANT AND HOW

- The Structure And Requirements Of Trees
- What Trees To Plant And How
- Trees Best For The Lawn
- Deciduous
- Coniferous
- Trees Best For The Street
- Trees Best For Woodland
- For Open Places
- For Planting Under The Shade Of Other Trees