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    I just ran across the address for Tuckaway Timber, in New Hampshire. I've purchased butternut from them and they're really helpful and fairly priced. They have a web site but you need to call them or e-mail to purchase the wood. They have a wide selection of northern-grown lumber and carving wood including basswood and tupelo. http://www.tuckawaytimber.com/

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    Another source for wood is Groff & Groff Lumber, Inc., 858 Scotland Rd., Quarryville, PA 17566. Phone: (800) 342-0001
    They ship anywhere in the country and overseas.

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      We need to make our own directory of these sources and even solicit reviews, to help all of us buy wood from reliable sources, when we need it.

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