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Wood from the cherry tree is a hardwood with a smooth, straight grain.  Usually the wood is reddish in color, and it was used frequently throughout the 18th century for colonial homes, which is why it is also called New England mahogany. Because it is so flexible and relatively inexpensive, it is a popular choice for a variety of applications. 

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