Birch
 
Birch (Betula alleghaniensis, formerly Betula lutea) is found in Canada and the Lake States and New England to North Carolina in the United States. Its color is Cream or light brown tinged with red, with thin, newly white sap-wood. Birch has a plain and often curly or wavy pattern. It is heavy, very strong, hard, closed-grained, and features an even texture. It is mainly used in furniture.
 

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