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- Thunderstorms bring down MD's Wye Oak. // American Nurseryman;7/15/2002, Vol. 196 Issue 2, p16
Reports on the uprooting of the Wye Oak in Wye Mills, Maryland due to strong thunderstorm winds. Age of tree; Size of trunk; Estimated tree weight; Plans to clone the tree.
- SALUTING MARYLAND'S FALLEN CHAMP. // American Forests;Autumn2002, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p13
Describes the Wye Oak, the state tree of Maryland. Description of the tree; Symbolism of the tree.
- MOURNING A CHAMP: MARYLAND'S WYE OAK. Enloe, Charles // American Forests;Summer2002, Vol. 108 Issue 2, p18
Reports on the loss of Maryland's largest tree, the Wye Oak national champion white oak, on June 6, 2002. Description of the Wye Oak; Reason for its collapse; Information on the remaining trees registered at the National Register of Big Trees in 1940.
- Maryland's Wye oak lives on. // American Nurseryman;11/15/2002, Vol. 196 Issue 10, p12
Informs on efforts to preserve the country's oldest living white oak, known as the Wye oak, in Wye Mills, Maryland. Damage done to the tree during a thunderstorm; Asexual propagation of the Wye oak.
- Learn About an Old Tree. // Weekly Reader - Edition 2;10/11/2002, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p2
Presents information about the Wye Oak tree in Mills, Maryland, which is the largest white oak in the U.S. Measurement of its circumference and height; Estimated age of the tree.
- NATURE'S CREATIONS. // American Forests;Winter2005, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p12
Focuses on the benefits of buying holiday ornaments made from the preserved leaves of the fallen Wye Oak for the Global ReLeaf Forest project of the American Forests organization. Involvement of the company Nature's Creations in the project; Information on the artistic electroforming process...
- STORM TOPPLES WYE OAK. Roylance, Frank D.; Guy, Chris // International Oaks;Spring2003, Issue 14, p29
The article presents information on the Storm Topples Wye Oak in Wye Mills, Maryland. Such oak tree has been growing since the 1500s and has survived several calamities including air pollution, disease, and storms. Before it was registered as Wye Oak, it was known as the Russum Oak tree in the...
- What is a shellac? Sheehan, Steven // American Artist;Apr1994, Vol. 58 Issue 621, p13
Discusses information about shellac. Shellac production; Availability; Use in painting; Other uses.
- A good shellacking. Garskof, Josh // Old House Journal;Jan/Feb95, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p54
Focuses on shellac as a decorative wood finishing material. Main ingredient; Lac bug; Finish formation through evaporation; Categories of hard-coat clear finishes.