chinquapin oak possesses the same properties, which account for its reputation as stave material.
From the hotel we follow the chinquapin Road about a quarter of a mile.
The future for chinquapin oak is not quite as promising as that of chestnut oak.
This interferes with the popularity of the chinquapin as a dessert nut.
But in following this tree southward we meet another indigenous species, widely known as the chinquapin (Castanea pumila).
Our native chestnut and its little brother, the chinquapin, are the American cousins of the sweet chestnut of southern Europe.
For screen purposes, the chestnuts and chinquapin certainly would do remarkably well.
Mr. Weber: Three miles northwest of Blufftown there is a natural hybrid between the white and chinquapin oaks.
They was some chinquapin trees in the fiel' and I jest natchally couldn' help stopping to pick up some 'chanks' now an' then.
On several occasions, in winter, groups of long-eared owls (Asio otus) have been found roosting in thickets of chinquapin oak.