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LITERATURE-(Continued) tended to correlate this branch of nature study with shopwork, and is planned to come at that period in the student's life when he is in constant contact with the various woods used in construction. Besides this, the leaf form is studied as the best means of identification, and the particular uses for the various kinds of wood are explained. The book is profusely illustrated with pictures and diagrams.
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