Woodland of Indian Territitory

Woodland of Indian Territitory

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...R. D E.--This township is almost entirely wooded. The uplands are covered with a heavy growth of scrub oak and hickory, while the creek bottom lands grow elm, ash, and pecan. T. 13 X., R. 10 E.--There is prairie in the central part of this township, the remaining portion being rolling and broken wooded land. Oak, ash, pecan, cottonwood, elm, hickory, and walnut are found along the streams. The rolling timbered land is covered with a growth of oak and hickory. T. 14-X., R. 10 E.-The southern portion of this township along Deep Fork of the Canadian is low and level and covered with a heavy growth of timber of oak, ash, elm, pecan, and sycamore. The rolling land is partly covered with a growth of scrub oak and hickory. T. 15 X., R. 10 E.--Along the Deep Fork of the Canadian the land in this township is level and covered with a heavy growth of timber. The remaining portion is open and rolling timbered land. Oak, pecan, hickory, ash, and elm are the principal trees found. T. 16 X.. R. 10 E.--About half of this township is broken and rolling wooded land. Oak and hickory are the principal kinds of timber found. T. 1S X., R. 11 E.--The timber in the eastern and southeastern portions is post oak, black-jack, and hickory of little value. T. 14. X., R. 11 E.--This township is nearly level and two-thirds of it is covered with timber. Oak, black-jack, and hickory arc found on the uplands; ash, elm, sycamore, walnut, pecan, and maple are found in the river bottoms. T. 15 X., R. 11 E.--A portion of this township is covered with a heavy growth of oak, ash, and hickory. T. 16 X., R. 11 E.--This township is nearly all wooded, with the exception of a few sections in the northern portion and the southeast corner. The timber embraces the different species of oak....show more

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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 1236539281
  • 9781236539281