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White Ash Wood

White ash typically has wider-spaced growth rings and lighter heartwood.
Additionally, White Ash generally has winged parenchyma linking the outer latewood holes, whereas Black Ash mainly lacks this latewood connection.
Its value as a material for tools and implements was recognized by the Native Americans, and it is still widely used today for tool handles. It's notable for being used in wooden baseball bats. In addition to being used to make furniture, doors, veneer, old car parts, railroad trains and ties, canoe paddles, snowshoes, boats, posts, and ties, the wood is also used to make gasoline.

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