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The live oak, or quercus virginiana, on McHugh Boulevard aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune was dedicated as the Bicentennial Tree July 4, 1976, in commemoration of the nation’s 200th anniversary. The sprawling limbs reach out to the ground, a common characteristic among the species iconic of the South.
110610-M-MX359-025.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Thomas J. Griffith

Mar 7, 2012
The live oak, or quercus virginiana, on McHugh Boulevard aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune was dedicated as the Bicentennial Tree July 4, 1976, in commemoration of the nation’s 200th anniversary. The sprawling limbs reach out to the ground, a common characteristic among the species iconic of the South.


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