The beautiful Hall-chapel is panelled in black oak, and the buildings make a quaint and pleasing picture.
Its walls are incrusted with crimson, with a fresco of black oak.
The bark of black oak is stripped and carried to the tan-yards.
The cut in this State is marketed as black oak, from which it is rarely separated.
The tree would readily pass for a white oak were it not for its two-year acorns which class it in the black oak group.
In all parts of its range in Indiana it is known as red or black oak.
He traversed the whole length of the room, and set down the lamp on a black oak table with heavy claw-feet.
Among the many species of trees is the black oak, which is used for dyeing and tanning.
I saw Derry back in Cambridge Circus again, and his black oak furniture played the most unamusing tricks.
How had he come to die, and be buried beneath the black oak?