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Red Gum felled- also called Sweet Gum. Left in woods to dry out with top on before cutting into logs. Young Gum and Elm in background. Congaree River, Richland Co., South Carolina.

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Source 19040223-FS-South Carolina-CKC-52948
Author Forest Service photo by C.K. Chittenden

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