Definition of California redwood
1. Noun. Lofty evergreen of United States coastal foothills from Oregon to Big Sur; it flourishes in wet, rainy, foggy habitats.
Group relationships: Genus Sequoia
Generic synonyms: Redwood, Sequoia
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Lexicographical Neighbors of California Redwood
Literary usage of California redwood
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1. The Days of a Man: Being Memories of a Naturalist, Teacher, and Minor by David Starr Jordan (1922)
"My argument won the day; the Big Basin was accordingly purchased, officially rechristened as the California redwood Park, and later enlarged to California ..."
2. Journal by United States, Congress (1912)
"6—Relative to California redwood Park—have had the same under consideration ... WHEREAS, In the year 1902, in the interest of the California redwood Park, ..."
3. General Laws of California, as Amended Up to the End of the Session of 1903 by California, Walter Scott Brann (1903)
"California redwood PARK. ACT COO. Providing for the creation and management of the California redwood Park, making an appropriation therefor, and creating a ..."
4. Journal of Economic Entomology by Entomological Society of America, American Association of Economic Entomologists (1911)
"The California redwood has heretofore been considered quite immune to attack by the white ant. Dr. LO Howard in Bulletin No. 30 of the Bureau of Entomology ..."
5. Lumber, Its Manufacture and Distribution by Ralph Clement Bryant (1922)
"A general association, the California redwood Association, representing redwood manufacturing interests was permanently organized early in 1916. ..."
6. General Laws of California, as Amended Up to the End of the Session of 1909 by California (1909)
"California redwood PARK. ACT 509. Providing for the creation and management of the California redwood Park, making an appropriation therefor, and creating a ..."