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1Memorandum Books, 1771 (Jefferson Papers)
....—wild cherry—Dogwood—Redbud—Horse chesnut—Catalpa—Magnolia—Mulberry—Locust—Honeysuckle—...
...be got, such as Crab apple, Poplar, Dogwood, Sasafras, Lawrel, Willow (especially yellow &...
3January 1785 (Washington Papers)
...of very fine young Poplars—Locusts—Sasafras and Dogwood. Some Maple Trees on high ground &...
4[Diary entry: 12 January 1785] (Washington Papers)
...of very fine young Poplars—Locusts—Sasafras and Dogwood. Some Maple Trees on high ground &...
5February—1785 (Washington Papers)
...he wanted flowering trees such as crabapple, dogwood, and tulip poplar, interspersed with such...
6[Diary entry: 16 February 1785] (Washington Papers)
...he wanted flowering trees such as crabapple, dogwood, and tulip poplar, interspersed with such...
7[Diary entry: 22 February 1785] (Washington Papers)
...fields, several young Trees of the Sassafras, Dogwood, & red bud to the Shrubbery on the...
8[Diary entry: 25 February 1785] (Washington Papers)
...of many which had been dug up (particularly Dogwood, Maple, Poplar, & Mulberry) the ground...
9March 1785 (Washington Papers)
...& part of the Ash Trees—also a circle of Dogwood with a red bud in the Middle close to the...
10[Diary entry: 1 March 1785] (Washington Papers)
...& part of the Ash Trees—also a circle of Dogwood with a red bud in the Middle close to the...