*[[Thomas Jefferons|Jefferson, Thomas]], March 1, 1808, in a letter to [[William Hamilton]], describing plans for [[Monticello]], [[plantation]] of [[Thomas Jefferson]], Charlottesville, VA (1944: 365)<ref>Thomas Jefferson, ''The Garden Book'', anned. Edwin M. Betts (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1944), [https://www.zotero.org/groups/54737/items/itemKey/8ZA5VRP5 view on Zotero].</ref>
:“. . . you should know this plant [haw], which is peculiar at least to America & is a real treasure. as a thorn for '''hedges''' nothing has ever been seen comparable to it certainly no thorn in England which I have ever seen makes a '''hedge''' any more to be compared to this than a log hut to a [[wall]] of freestone. if you will plant these 6. I. apart you will be a judge of their superiority soon.” [<span id="Fig_2_cite"></span>[[#Fig_2|See Fig. 2]]]
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