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    3. Collingwood, G. H., and Warren D. Brush. 1978. Knowing your trees.  Rev. and edited by Devereux Butcher. The American Forestry Association,  Washington, DC. 392 p.
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    7. Elias, Thomas S. 1980. The complete trees of North America, field  guide and natural history. Outdoor Life/Nature Books. Van Nostrand  Reinhold, New York. 948 p.
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    15. Laderman, A. D., F. C. Golet, B. A. Sorrie, and H. L. Woolsey. 1987.  Atlantic white cedar in the glaciated Northeast. In Atlantic white cedar  wetlands. p. 19-34. Westview Press.
    17. Levy, G. F. 1987. Atlantic white cedar in the Great Dismal Swamp and  the Carolinas. In Atlantic white cedar wetlands. p. 57-67. Westview  Press.
    19. Munson, Richard H. 1973. Dwarf conifers: the landscaper's boon.  American Nurseryman 137(10):10-11, 55.
    21. Roman, C. T., R. E. Good, and S. Little. 1987. Atlantic white cedar  swamps of the New Jersey Pinelands. In Atlantic white cedar wetlands. p.  35-40. Westview Press.
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