2 edition of Sweetgum found in the catalog.
Robert L Johnson
|Statement||[Robert L. Johnson]|
|Series||An American wood|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
The name Liquidambar styraciflua means “liquid amber” and styraciflua is in reference to styrax balsam, which is a kind of resin produced by the sweetgum that can be chewed for medicinal and recreational purposes. The American sweetgum is native to North America, and its genus has only 5 . Sometimes life has to unravel before you can knit it together On the third Friday of each month, Eugenie, Ruth, Esther, Merry, and Camille meet at the Sweetgum Christian Church to enjoy the two things that connect them: a love of knitting and a passion for books.
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Sweetgum Press publishes book-length works by writers from the Midwest, particularly Missouri. The editors look for manuscripts that are unlikely to attract mainstream publishers but are worthy of publication because of one or more qualities, among them originality, authenticity, beauty, regional or historical appeal. Hardwood Lumber – Sweetgum FNRW Chip Morrison Sweetgum is a relatively hard, uniform grained wood previously used for furniture and plywood. It tends to warp and stain easily. It is low valued and currently rarely used, except for industrial blocking and pallets. Today, the species usually has a wide.
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Mar 29, · The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society: A Novel [Beth Pattillo] on akikopavolka.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sometimes life has to unravel before you can knit it /5(39). Sweetgum Press has been promoting regional writers since We are particularly interested in writers from Missouri, especially Crowley's Ridge and the Bootheel, whose manuscripts are worthy of publication because of their originality, authenticity, beauty and regional or historical appeal.
May 12, · The Sweet Gum Tree book. Read 3, reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sweet tea, corn bread, and soup beans—everyday fare for eight /5(K). This short memoir by a Missouri Vietnam veteran is no longer available through Sweetgum Press.
The remaining copies were donated to and are available from the Stars and Stripes Museum. All proceeds go to the Museum. REVIEWS. An excellent book that gives a true picture of a soldier’s combat experience. Dec 18, · Sweetgum Slough: A s Florida Memoir [Claire Karssiens] on akikopavolka.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Told with love and a profound appreciation for a time, place and people, this series of engaging vignettes explores six years in the life /5(11).
The Sweetgum Ladies Knit for Love is the second book in Beth Pattillo's series. Like the first book (which you do not need to read in order to enjoy this one), Knit for Love is about a group of ladies who meet in the local church each month to discuss a book and show off a knitting project related to the book/5.
The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society. WaterBrook Press, May ISBN: On the third Friday of each month, Eugenie, Ruth, Esther, Merry, and Camille meet at the Sweetgum Christian Church to enjoy the two things that connect them: a love Sweetgum book knitting and a passion for books.
American sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua), also known as American storax, hazel pine, bilsted, redgum, satin-walnut, star-leaved gum, alligatorwood, or simply sweetgum, is a deciduous tree in the genus Liquidambar native to warm temperate areas of eastern North America and tropical montane regions of Mexico and Central akikopavolka.com: Altingiaceae.
Jun 02, · I received this through the Library Thing Early Reviewers Program. The Sweetgum Ladies Knit for Love, apparently the second of a series, leads us through a few months of life in a small Tennessee town through the eyes of members of the charming, but improbable Knit Lit society which combines a book discussion and knitting group/5(27).
A Book Review by Audrey Hebbert: The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society By Beth Pattillo Waterbrook Press February ISBN Trade $ This sweet story, set in sleepy Sweetgum, Tennessee, knits together the lives of five typical smalltown 5/5(5).
Jun 01, · The Sweetgum Ladies Knit for Love Beth Pattillo Waterbrook Press Christian Fiction/Chicklit Reviewed by Cindy Loven A knitting and reading group combined, the Sweetgum Knit Lit Society gathers once a month to discuss the book they have read 5/5(5). Liquidambar, commonly called sweetgum (star gum in the UK), gum, redgum, satin-walnut, or American storax, is the only genus in the flowering plant family Altingiaceae and has 15 species.
They were formerly often treated in akikopavolka.com are decorative deciduous trees that are used in the wood industry and for ornamental akikopavolka.com: Altingiaceae.
Nov 17, · Sweetgum Slough is nearly perfect for what it is—a slim volume of brief impressions that succeeds beautifully as a short, poetic memoir, largely on the strength of Karssiens’ prose. With sensitivity to the colors, smells, tastes, and sounds of rural Floridian life, Karssiens writes in sentences that sing with poignancy and keenly observed 5/5.
Jul 14, · The rich tales in Sweetgum Slough are about the sweet and earthy roots of learning. While these stories are, indeed, about "joy and hookworms and red-taled fishes," they are more about a child's need for freedom to adventure, choose paths, take risks, examine and question.
Claire Karssiens's memoir is as unique as it is akikopavolka.com: iUniverse, Incorporated. Sweetgum is sometimes called redgum, probably because of the red color of the older heartwood and its red fall leaves.
Sweetgum grows from Connecticut southward throughout the East to central Florida and eastern Texas and is a very common commercial timber species of the South.
The downside to growing a sweetgum tree is the seed pods. Children call them gumballs or stickerballs, and it’s rare to find a child with a sweetgum growing nearby that hasn’t had an unpleasant experience with the spiky pods.
Adults despise them as well because they can roll underfoot and cause a fall, especially on paved akikopavolka.com: Jackie Carroll. Sweetgum Life. likes. The Sweet Gum Life, "Life & Culture with a Little Alabama Twist," is about faith, family, home, love, and life with a southern akikopavolka.comers: "Take five knitters, put them in a book club, expand it to include a rebellious teen and you've got this agreeable "yarn" by Pattillo.
Eugenie Pierce is a something "tough love" librarian in Sweetgum, Tenn. who finds the neglected year-old Hannah Simmons tearing out pages of a library book.4/5(1). Sweetgum is known to warp and distort badly during initial drying.
(After initial drying, distortion is significantly less, but the wood still experiences an appreciable amount of movement in service.) Turns, glues, stains, and finishes well. Responds moderately well. Be grateful you have a sweetgum in your yard rather than cursing it.
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Labels: Central USA, Eastern USA. The Sweetgum is botanically called Liquidambar styraciflua. The Tree is a deciduous tree, it will be up to 45 m ( ft) high. The leaves are lobed and the flowers are greenish - yellow.
The tree likes Sun at the location and the soil should be sandy - loamy to loamy.Jul 16, · The rich tales in Sweetgum Slough are about the sweet and earthy roots of learning. While these stories are, indeed, about joy and hookworms and red-taled fishes, they are more about a child's need for freedom to adventure, choose paths, take risks, examine and question.
Preview this book.This book is full of enough pictures to make any Sweet fan's heart sing. However, most impressive was the journalistic approach to the writing. Brilliant to devote a chapter to each year! So easy to keep the timeline straight. Wonderfully entertaining in text while still sticking to facts, even if it left questions.
As an example, this was the 5/5(26).