Trivia

Subject:
I Stumped the Panel? Answer

Thomas Skaggs, Foothills of Mount Level
>Quite rare for me to post a stumper. But since I will be "off the air" shortly I'd better go ahead and give the answer...

Dale get's partial credit for getting close...and for perserverance!

While yellow birch is more commonly used today, back in the Colonial days Sweet Birch was favored as a mahogany-like substitute because of its dark reddish brown color. As it was more commonly found in the Appalachians it was referred to as "Mountain Mahogany".

Good tries Dale!

Tommy

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