Fruit oval, with a thin-shelled oval nut not nearly so rough as that of Juglans cinerea, or of Juglans nigra.
"Trees of the Northern United States" by Austin C. Apgar
Juglans nigra, husk removed, 233 83.
"The Nut Culturist" by Andrew S. Fuller
Juglans nigra L. Walnut family.
"Texas Honey Plants" by C. E. Sanborn
From the stocks of military muskets to the rich veneer of the finest Victorian furniture, the American Black Walnut, Juglans nigra, is the most venerated American hardwood since European settlers first stepped foot on American shores.