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“A tree which grows plentifully in Europe and in Siberia. It is a native of Britain, and is frequent in Scotland, where it is found even at an elevation of 1500 feet above the sea. It has recieved the specific name tremula, from the readiness with which its leaves are thrown into a tremulous motion by the slightest breath of wind. a, a portion of a branch with catkins; b, do., with leaves.” — Chambers’ Encyclopedia, 1875


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Chambers's Encyclopedia (Philadelphia, PA: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1875)


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