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Davies Conservation Oak

  This white oak (Quercus alba) was present when Samuel Green Davies purchased the cabin and land along with several acres along the north brow of Petit Jean Mountain in the 1930‟s. Samuel G. Davies, UAF civil engineer, was hired…
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Central High School Trees

Approximately twenty-eight existing trees on the Central High School (c. 1927) campus (oaks, elm, sweetgum, cedar, pine) are old enough to be present in September 1957. However, nine trees along the front campus area were identified and submitted as the…
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Wye Mountain Daffodil Oak

This large oak stands on top of a hill in the middle of the daffodil field (c. 1948), and is next to a large cross and adjacent to Wye United Methodist Church in Wye. This tree was present before the…
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Mount Holly Cemetery Trees

This nomination by Bill Shepherd, one of the original members of the AFHTP planning committee, includes six identified notable trees (oaks, pines, and magnolia), in the four-square block area cemetery (c 1843) located in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas. Mt. Holly…
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Augusta Memorial Park Cemetery Oak

This large overcup oak located on the top of the hill of the cemetery which is the resting place for many notable Arkansans dating back to the early 1800‟s. It is the burial grounds of the Chickasaw Indians before the…
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Look-See White Oak

This large White Oak is located on a ridge in Drew County and served as a “Look-See” Tree or fire tower for the area by forest rangers. The original climbing spikes for a ladder and remnants of the telephone insulation…
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Willow Walnut Tree

  This Black Walnut Tree (c. 1756-1856) in the back yard of Okruhlik/Conge‟s house (land c.1834, Plat c.1895, house c.1905) is a large specimen (height of 120‟ and spread of 63‟ – 78‟ for a “Bigness index” of 257) for…
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Pinnacle Old Growth Cypress

Twenty-one to forty cypress trees were core-dated in 1985 by the Department of Geography, University of Arkansas as part of a research project on old growth trees. The cypress trees were found to be over 500 years old at that…
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Apollo 14 Mission Moon Pine at Ft. Smith

  Planted: March 15, 1976, Trees propagated from seeds taken on Apollo 14 Mission (1970) 30+ years old. These seeds were propagated by the Forest Service and distributed during a nationwide bicentennial planting. This tree is one of four moon…
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Prairie Grove Chinkapin Oaks

This tree was registered with the National Historic Tree Program as the Prairie Grove Chinkapin Oak since the 1970‟s. In 2004, ASP tried to locate the source tree(s) used by the National Historic Tree Program which led to a nomination….
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