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Quercus ilex = Chéne yeuse. [Holly Oak, Evergreen Oak]

Quercus coccifera = Chéne Kermés. [Kermes Oak]

Quercus robur = Chéne rouvre. [Pedunculate Oak, Truffle Oak, Common Oak, English Oak. Irish Dair]

Fig. 1. Quercus pseudo-coccifera = Chéne faux-Kermés. Fig. 2. Quercus pseudo-suber. [Abraham's Oak - False Cork Oak]

Fig. 1. Quercus infectoria = Chéne des Teinturiers. Fig. 2. Quercus Libani. [Aleppo oak - Lebanon oak]

Fig. 1. Quercus prasina = Chéne prase. fig. 2. Quercus ilex = Chéne yeuse. [Holly oak]

Quercus banisteri = Chéne de banister. [Bear Oak or Scrub Oak]

Fig. 1. Quercus tinctoria = Chéne Quercitron. Fig. 2. Quercus montana = Chéne de montagne. [Black Oak or Quercitron Bark - Rock Chestnut Oak]

Quercus suber = Chéne liége. [Cork oak, Mediterranean oak]

Quercus Ægylops = Chéne Vélani. [Valonian Oak]

Quercus cerris = Chéne chevelu. [Turkey Oak]

The oak and the reed.

Brooke, Arthur. H.M.S. Royal Oak. Warrant to John Laurence

Brooke, Arthur. H.M.S. Royal Oak. Warrant to John Laurence

Pearl STreet between Franklin & Oak St.

American Robin, or Migratory Thrush . 1. Males. 2. Female. 3. Young. (Chesnut Oak. Quercus prinus.)

Canada Jay. 1. Male. 2. Female. 3. Young. (White Oak. Quercus alba.)

Rocky Mountain Flycatcher, male. (Swamp Oak. Quercus Aquatica.)

Night Hawk. (White Oak. Quercus Alba.)

Least Pewee Flycatcher. Male. (White Oak. Quercus Prinus.)

Whip-poor-will. (Black Oak, or Quercitron. Quercus tinctoria.)

Boat-tailed Grackle. 1. Male. 2. Female. (Live Oak. [Quercus virens])

Live Oak Avenue, Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga.

Live Oak Avenue, Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga.

Sideboard carved in oak by Jackson & Graham of London.

Cabinet in oak with brass panels designed by Pugin and executed by Crace of London.

[Plate 10: Map bounded by Nassau Street, Roosevelt Street, Oak Street, Oak Street, Pearl Street, Frankfort Street, Cliff Street, Ferry Street, Spruce Street .]

[Plate 11: Map bounded by Cliff Street, Frankfort Street, Pearl Street, Oak Street, Roosevelt Street, South Street, Peck Slip, Ferry Street.]

[4th Ward. Plate 10: Map bounded by Peck Slip, Pearl Street, Franklin Square, Pearl Street, Oak Street, Roosevelt Street, South Street; Including Dover Street, Front Street, Water Street, Cherry Street]

[4th Ward. Plate 12: Map bounded by Catharine Street, Oak Street, Roosevelt Street, Catham Street, Catham Square, Division St; Including Oliver Street, James Street, East Broadway, Henry Street, Madison Street]

[4th Ward. Plate 8: Map bounded by Gold Street, Frankfort Street, Rose Street, Madison Street, Pearl Street, Oak Street, Franklin Square, Ferry Street; Jacob Street, Vandewater Street, Cliff Street]

From the Old Oak Tree.

[4th Ward. Plate 9: Map bounded by Roosevelt Street, Oak Street, Pearl Street, Rose Street, Duane Street, Chatham Street; Including William Street, Madison Street]

[4th Ward. Plate 11: Map bounded by Oak Street, Catharine Street, South Street, Roosevelt Street; Including Batavia Street, Cherry Street, Water Street, James Street, James Slip, Oliver Street]

From the Old Oak Tree.

Oak Bridge.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

View of Oak Bluffs.

Martha's Vineyard at Oak Bluff landing.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

View from Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

View of the fountain from the shadow of a burr oak.

View of the fountain from the shadow of a burr oak.

Narragansett Av., Oak Bluffs.

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Bathing houses &c. Oak Bluffs.

Looking down the wharf, Oak Bluffs.

Entrance to St. Augustine, through an archway of Pride of India and Live Oak trees.

Entrance to St. Augustine, through an archway of Pride of India and Live Oak trees.

Entrance to St. Augustine, through an archway of Pride of India and Live Oak trees.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Large oak, 700 years old, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

Live Oak Avenue in Bonaventure.

[Live Oak Avenue, Bonaventure.]

[View of the Monohasett steamboat at Oak Bluff landing.]

Oak Bluffs arch.

[View of sailboats from Oak Bluffs.]

Oak Bluffs wharf.

Oak Bridge.

Oak Bridge, Central Park, New York City.

Central Park, Oak Bridge.

Lake & Oak Bridge, Central Park.

Old knotty oak on Cypress Avenue.

Oak Bridge.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

Oak Grove Cottage, Magnolia Point.

Ames cottage, Penobscot Ave., Oak Bluffs.

Bathing houses &c. Oak Bluffs.

Central Park, New York. [Oak Bridge]

Oak Bridge.

Down Free Street, from Oak St.

[Old oak tree.]

Central Park, Oak Bridge.

Live Oak Avenue in Bonaventure.

Oak Bridge.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

National Lincoln Monument, Springfield, Illinois. View from a point slightly east of north from the Monument, and across a ravine running east and west through Oak Ridge Cemetery.

[Oak Hill House, Littleton, N.H.]

Oak Hill House, Littleton, N.H.

Oak Bridge.

Oak Bridge.

Oak Bridge.

Oak Bridge.

Oak Bridge.

Central Park, Oak Bridge.

View from Oak Ave., Mt. Hope, Rochester, N.Y.

[Live Oak Avenue, Bonaventure.]

Lake & Oak Bridge, Central Park.

Central Park, Oak Bridge.

Dead Giant, Tuolumne Grove, 30 ft. 8 in. diam., Big Oak Flat route to Yosemite Valley.

Twin cottage, Oak Bluff's.

Oak Bluffs.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

View from the Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.

Methodist Chapel, Oak Bluff.

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