Discover and delight in the many ways trees have shaped the history of the United States, from industry and economics, to politics and war, to culture and literature. Trees are an indispensable part of America; they were critical components of ships, railroads, rifles, wagons, and planes. Trees were symbols of liberty, tragedy, resistance, and resilience. They inspired and continue to inspire literature, art, and American poetry. Learn about orange groves, the American chestnut tree, and the ginkgo–the Arboretum’s symbolic tree.
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