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"If the leaves... stand opposite, the tree (if it is of large size) belongs to the maple, ash, or horse-chestnut family.... If the leaves are simple the tree is a maple; if pinnately compound of several leaflets, it is an ash; if palmately compound, of five to seven leaflets, it is a horse-chestnut." — Julia E. Rogers, Trees Worth Knowing


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