pitch-pine stumps have a chemical value that was not suspected until some fellows got rich by operating a retort.
But he loaded her with pitch-pine deals and sent her off to hunt for her luck.
But the lamps on the carriages burned brightly, and a negro was sent on in advance carrying a pitch-pine torch.
On the side of the mountain we found only yellow and pitch-pine.
David lighted his fire of pitch-pine, spread his little table, and began to cook his supper carefully.
After dark, the whole scene was lit up with fires of pitch-pine.
The beams of the main-deck are of American or German oak, those of the lower deck and half-deck of pitch-pine and Norwegian fir.
At first it stretched straight and plain through the pitch-pine woods.
Then came the pitch-pine staves of a rice-cask; then a bedstead, a broken chair, a wooden flowerpot!
For the pitch-pine's noblest qualities are, after all, not artistic, but moral.