There are many of the evergreens that produce resinous exudates allied to turpentine. But the trees that produce the chief supply of turpentine of commerce are the sea pine, the Scotch Pir, the Norway pine, and the Corsican pine in Europe, and the swamp pine and the so-called loblolly in the United States. The swamps of North and South Carolina and Georgia are the chief source of supply of commercial turpentine in this country.
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