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A Field Guide to Trees and Shrubs by George A. Petrides

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  1. Wildflowers: Northeastern North-central North America (Peterson Field Guides) by Roger Tory Peterson (1968)
  2. Fruit Key and Twig Key to Trees and Shrubs by William M. Harlow (1941)
  3. Illustrated Guide to Trees and Shrubs: A Handbook of the Woody Plants of the Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada/Revised Edition by Arthur Harmount Graves (1956)
  4. Newcomb's Wildflower Guide by Lawrence Newcomb (1937)
  5. Our northern shrubs and how to identify them by Harriet L. Keeler (1969)
  6. Tree Finder by May Theilgaard Watts (1963)
  7. Tree Identification Book : A New Method for the Practical Identification and Recognition of Trees by George W. D. Symonds (1958)
  8. The Shrub Identification Book: The Visual Method for the Practical Identification of Shrubs, Including Woody Vines and Ground Covers by George W. D. Symonds (1958)
  9. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Trees: Eastern Region by National Audubon Society (1980)
  10. Common Trees of Pennsylvania by Edward T. Dix (1952)
  11. Trees of North America: A Field Guide to the Major Native and Introduced Species North of Mexico by C. Frank Brockman (1968)
  12. Field Guide to the Grasses, Sedges, and Rushes of the United States by Edward Knobel (1977)
  13. Trees, Shrubs and Vines; A Pictorial Guide to the Ornamental Woody Plants of the Northern United States Exclusive of Con by Arthur T. Viertel (1970)
  14. The Book of Forest and Thicket: Trees, Shrubs, and Wildflowers of Eastern North America by John Eastman (1992)
  15. Grasses: An Identification Guide (Sponsored by the Roger Tory Peterson Institute) by Lauren Brown (1979)

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