Riverview Cemetery

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bbeduhn
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Riverview Cemetery

Post by bbeduhn » Tue Oct 30, 2012 11:13 am

This is the final resting place of literary figures Thomas Wolfe and O. Henry (William Sidney Porter), and George Masa, whose photos helped establish GSMNP.

white oak quercus alba
98.4' 14'4" cbh
89.6'

tuliptree lirio. tulip.
134.2' in forest next to cemetery
121.0'
118.7'
118.3'

shortleaf pin. ech.
91.9'
93.8'
108.7'
119.6'

sycamore plat. occ.
105.4'
103.7'
106.2'

baldcypress tax. dis.
62.5'

oriental spruce pic. or.
79.5'

norway spruce pic. abies
90.3'
88.2'

white pine pinus strob.
103.7'

hemlock tsuga can.
91.8'

doug-fir pseudo. menz.
69.3'

so. red oak quercus falc.
85.6'
95.8'
94.7'
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Will Blozan
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Re: Riverview Cemetery

Post by Will Blozan » Tue Oct 30, 2012 12:39 pm

Brian,

Pond cypress is a weird choice for a cemetary in Asheville! Do you have a photo? Weird!
Nice shortleaf!

Will

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Re: Riverview Cemetery

Post by bbeduhn » Tue Oct 30, 2012 3:37 pm

I thought so, too. It's not even by a stream. I'll get a photo.

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