Black-oak



any of several oak trees, as Quercus velutina, characterized by a blackish bark.
the hard, durable wood of such a tree, used for making furniture, floors, etc.
Historical Examples

The Sick-a-Bed Lady Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Everyday Adventures Samuel Scoville
Si Klegg, Book 2 (of 6) John McElroy
The Sick-a-Bed Lady Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
The Story of My Boyhood and Youth John Muir

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