[souuh r-woo d, sou-er-]
Origin of sourwood
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The sourwood tree at its best is fifty or sixty feet high and from twelve to eighteen inches in diameter.
Sourwood is not abundant anywhere, and seldom are more than a few trees found in a group.
They chose seven men to go, and gave each a sourwood rod a hand-breadth long.Myths of the Cherokee
Local bards also compose for themselves such stirring ditties as Sourwood Mounting.The Southern South
Albert Bushnell Hart
- another name for sorrel tree
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