Excerpt from Torreya, 1901, Vol. 1: A Monthly Journal of Botanical Notes and News
It seems to me from the above citations that the point made by Mr. Moore is well taken, and that there is no evidence that the species is not native on the Atlantic sea-board from Maryland or, perhaps, Pennsylvania, southward; that it has, however, been introduced, as Dr. Gray suggested, presumably from the West, into New York and New England, seems from its recorded his tory, equally certain.
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