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river birch

noun
1.
a tree, Betula nigra, of the eastern U.S., having papery, reddish-brown bark that peels away.
Also called red birch.
Origin of river birch
1850-1855
1850-55
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  • Outside of Indiana it is known as red birch and river birch.

    Trees of Indiana Charles Clemon Deam
  • The range of river birch is less extensive than that of the other important eastern birches, yet it is by no means limited.

    American Forest Trees Henry H. Gibson

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