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Japanese Elm
(Ulmus japonica)

Dedication: This tree was brought from Sapporo Agricultural College in Japan in 1890 by Professor William Penn Brooks. It is the first of its species in America.
Inscription: "This Japanese Elm was brought here in 1890 by Prof. William Penn Brooks on his return from Sapporo Agricultural College in Hokkaido where he had been teaching for many years. This tree was first of species to be introduced into America."
Measurements: Last measured October 5th, 2009.

Circumference 159 in.
Height 83 ft.
Average Spread 85 ft.
Total Points 263
Location: This tree is located thirty feet southeast of the southeast corner of South College.
Map Coordinate: [C3]
GPS Coordinate: 42/23/24-N 72/31/45-W