More educative entertainment from Tom Scott. This time he tells us about an American tree which isn’t as famous as perhaps it should be:
The Tree That Owns Itself in Athens, Georgia is well known. The other Tree That Owns Itself in Eufaula, Alabama, really isn’t. It’s the same story in a different place. Why?
It’s a tree-based version of the point I’ve made before about the curiously forgotten authors.