T1 What do you call a bunch of trees growing together in open country, especially on a hill?
T2a What do you call a piece of land covered with trees—if it’s only a few acres?
T2b What do you call a piece of land covered with trees—if it’s a large acreage?
T3 The tree that produces syrup and sugar:
T4 The place where these trees grow together and sap is gathered:
T5 What kinds of evergreens, other than pine, do you have around here? (Open question)
T6 The pointed leaves that fall from pine trees:
T7 The sticky stuff that comes out of pine trees:
T8 Joints of pine wood that burn easily and make good fuel:
T9 The common shade tree with large heart-shaped leaves, clusters of white blossoms, and long thin seed pods or ‘beans’:
T10 What different kinds of oak trees grow around here? Any special kinds? (Open question)
T11 What different kinds of elm trees grow around here? (Open question)
T12 The kind of poplar tree that has sticky, sweet-smelling buds:
T13 What other names do you have around here for these trees: box elder, hackberry, linden, Osage orange, poplar, sumac, sycamore, tamarack, tulip tree? [Early QRs did not include “Osage orange” in this list.]
T14 What different kinds of maples do you have around here? (Open question)
T15 What kinds of swamp trees do you have? (Open question)
T16 What kinds of trees are ‘special’ around here? (Open question)
T17 What different kinds of pine trees do you have around here? (Open question) [Not asked in all early Questionnaires]
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