Other common names: The box elder is also commonly known as the ash-leaf maple.
The box elder is the one native maple which has compound leaves.
Fine timber cultures of black walnut, maple, box elder, and cottonwood.
Then there was his homestead claim on box elder, and the surveyors were coming in this fall.
The box elder is the one maple whose leaves are always cleft to the stem, making it compound of irregularly toothed leaflets.
At various points I saw plantations of box elder, and was told that this tree is easily grown.
We marched twenty-five and three-quarter miles, and encamped near box elder Creek.
The box elder was the chief tree on many a timber claim where the letter of the law rather than the spirit was carried out.
Louder and fiercer roared the box elder, lashing its banks with foam.
It may be expected that box elder will exist in the United States as long as any other forest tree remains.