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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The oak-hickory forest is a general type of North American forest ecosystem with a range extending from southern New England and New York, west to Iowa, and south to Northern Georgia. Smaller, isolated Oak-Hickory communities can also be found as far west as North Dakota, south to Florida and northeast Texas, and north to southern Maine and Ontario. Dominated by nut-bearing oak and hickory species of trees, it has the largest range of any deciduous forest ecosystem in eastern and central North America. The current oak-hickory forest includes the former range of the Oak-Chestnut Forest region, which encompassed the northeast portion of the current oak-hickory range. When the American Chestnut population succumbed to invasive fungal blight in the early 20th century, those forests shifted to an oak and hickory dominated ecosystem.
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