Monument to the McIntosh Apple

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Pictured is a monument to the McIntosh apple erected by Popular Subscription in 1912. The monument reads “The original McIntosh red apple tree stood about twenty rods north of this spot. It was one of a number of seedlings taken from the border of the clearings and transplanted by John McIntosh in the year 1796".


L. H. Bailey Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture (New York, New York: The MacMillan Company, 1917) volume 1, page 317


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