And with regard to this Oregon pine another peculiar feature of the Atlantic coast lumber market becomes apparent.
The lumberman sells the output of his mills under the trade name, "Oregon pine."
In the California lumber markets it is known as “Oregon pine.”
The Douglas fir (our Oregon pine) grows to tremendous proportions, especially on the north end of the island.
Oregon pine, or some light-colored wood, with a strong contrasting grain may be used for staining in imitation of oak.
I was at first puzzled to know what kind it was, but at last I recognized it as a Douglas fir or "Oregon pine."