Washington Crossing Oak #I;ATH11036

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I made this pen from a Oak tree at Washington Crossing growing near the spot where Washington’s men, horses, and cannon were loading into boats to cross the dangerous ice filled Delaware river on that famous Christmas night, in preparation for the successful surprise attack in the 1st Battle of Trenton. This led to the Ten Crucial Days that rekindled the struggle of the failing American Revolution. 

This pen is cut across the grain giving it an interesting pattern and two stripes of chatoyance. The tree was located at  40°17'47.30"N,  74°52'23.42"W. 

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