Survivors--the Founding Member Trees of the Live Oak Society

Guion, William
March 2009
International Oaks;Spring2009, Issue 20, p47
Academic Journal
The author offers information on the remaining oak trees under the protection of the Live Oak Society in Louisiana. he mentions the three major oaks located in the area which have died since 1934 due to air and water pollution namely Locke Breaux Oak which was named after a descendent of the English philosopher John Locke, Arnaud Robert Oak, and the George Washington Oak. The author also mentions the Jamison or Jackson Oak, Kaplan Oak, and Breaux Bridge Oak.


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