Only white oak Ridgers could use the swimming pool and attend the movie theaters, and were given far superior housing.
A heavy skirmish-line was deployed in front of their left, and extending some distance eastward, and south of the white oak road.
There will always be some white oak in the country; but the best has been or is being cut.
In autumn the pale-lined leaves of the white oak turn slowly to sombre violet and dull purplish tones.
The medullary rays are broad, but not numerous in comparison with white oak.
It is about thirty per cent stronger than white oak, and forty-six per cent more elastic.
The medullary rays are as large as those of white oak, but are few.
It is not as large as the white oak or red oak, but is a splendid tree, its bole being very symmetrical and holding its size well.
The weight of willow oak is approximately the same as white oak.
Two of these grow upon trees as big as the common English white oak, whereof one grows in bunches like grapes.