What kind of wood were the old sail ships used in war made from?



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    Typically oak and pine, selected because of their solidity, durability, and resistance to water. The USS constitution, for example, was made out of southern pine, longleaf pine, and white oak. All three materials are particularly dense and withstood the battery of cannonballs well.

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