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Cherry

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 05/12/1999 2:00AM

Never 'Out,' Cherry Is More 'In' Than Ever


Koa

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 03/05/1999 2:00AM

Koa is one of the lesser known treasures of the Hawaiian Islands on the mainland, but it has a rich history and is very much appreciated by the inhabitants of the 50th state.


Chenchen

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 02/05/1999 2:00AM

Chenchen is a wood that has been gaining in popularity but is still not widely known. Part of the problem may be that this African wood is known by so many different names. Antiaris and kyenkyen are the most commonly used, but bonkonko, kirundu, oro, ogiovu, ako, andoum, tsangu, akeche, mkuzu, mlulu, and mumaka are also used in various parts of the world.


American Sycamore

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 01/01/1999 2:00AM

American Sycamore - The Ghost Wood




Ekki

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 12/12/1998 2:00AM

Ekki Heavy Tree Puts 'Hard' in Hardwood


Osage Orange

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 11/12/1998 2:00AM

Osage Orange Made Its Name as Bow Wood


Mesquite

By Jo-Ann Kaiser Posted: 09/12/1998 2:00AM

Mesquite Makes Inroads as Commercial Wood


Black/Italian Poplar

Posted: 08/12/1998 2:00AM

Black Poplar Makes for Popular Mappa Burl


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