For dyeing thread and cloth, red oak bark, sweet gum bark and shoe make roots were boiled in water.
sweet gum, too, which he had himself gathered from the trees in the woods.
sweet gum, walnut, or oak may be left in its natural state, and oiled to bring out the grain and finish.
They're thicker than bees from a sweet gum—they're thicker than bolls in a cotton-field!
sweet gum, it's good fer de indigestion and fer de toofies, when it don't git yer mouth all stuck so as you can't say nothing.
In some woods, as sweet gum and mahogany, it brings up the figure.
A sweet gum and a honey-locust standing together on the banks of a creek.
When older, it becomes an orange color, but not red like the heart of the sweet gum and red cedar.
The perfume of the gloves in the box is made from the fragrant gum of an Oriental sweet gum tree.
Other trees than the sweet gum may be used in some localities with greater certainty of thriving.