Eastern White Pine 
| aka: White Pine, northern white pine, northern pine, Weymouth pine, Quebec yellow, cork pine, and pumpkin pine. Growth: Canada, Mexico, and United States. 

Type: Softwood.

Appearance: Straight grained with a fine, uniform texture. Creamy white, pale yellow or light brown heartwood and creamy white sapwood. Yellows with age. 

Physical Props: Soft, weak, and light with low decay resistance, shock resistance, and steam bending. plywood.

Uses: Uses include turnery - spools, bobbins, dowels and novelties, crates, toys, cooperage, baskets, ice cream spoons, medical spatulas, veneer, paneling, and pulp for writing paper.

Comments Resembles maple and is often used interchangeably with it.