The Cape May people built sloops for carrying the white cedar, the mittens, oysters, and wampum to the outside world.
Like the Eastern cedar, however, this white cedar is very durable.
But I suppose it is settled beyond dispute that white cedar stands at the head for boat streaks.
This white cedar is the swamp-loving variety of the Atlantic seaboard—its range stretches from Maine to Mississippi.
On these poles is laid a covering of white cedar or arbor-vitæ, kept on by strands of cedar-fibres.
Some are upwards of fifty feet long, cut out of a single tree, either fir or white cedar, and capable of carrying thirty persons.
To prepare the fruit a thick close basket-work tray, or hurdle of white cedar, is used.
Pieces of bark from the white cedar of Canada, for foreign stamps and postmarks.
The red fir and white cedar now being taken out are superior in quality to those of any section of this coast.
The soil is good, and is covered with a very heavy growth of pine and white cedar timber.