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We cut this tree down some months back and decided that it would make a pretty table. Not sure what type of wood it is though, was told that it might be black gum but comparing to pictures online it almost looks like pin oak to me. It had an unpleasant smell while being cut but other than that it wasn't too strong of a smell and was a little difficult to spilt the rest for firewood.
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Welcome to the forum Todd.
I trust someone with local knowledge is able to help.
 

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We cut this tree down some months back and decided that it would make a pretty table. Not sure what type of wood it is though, was told that it might be black gum but comparing to pictures online it almost looks like pin oak to me. It had an unpleasant smell while being cut but other than that it wasn't too strong of a smell and was a little difficult to spilt the rest for firewood. View attachment 399998
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Don't know but it will make a pretty table.
 

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Welcome. I think a local arborist service is your best bet for finding the species. Take them a chunk with bark intact and a picture or two of the stump. I live out West so the few trees we have that look anything like that are probably not found in the South.
 
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