|ALSO KNOWN AS:
||Pignut hickory, Shellbark hickory, Mockernut hickory
||Primarily Middle Atlantic and Southeast states
||The wood is exceptionally tough and strong, and shrinks considerably in drying.
||The wood is heavy, hard and has exceptionally high shock resistance. The wild graining and color variations make it desirable as a rustic wood in furniture, cabinetry and paneling.
||Tool handles, ladder rungs, athletic goods, agricultural implements, dowels, poles, cabinetry and furniture.