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The Ole Geneva Oak (The Contitution Oak) (Giclee)

The Ole Geneva Oak (The Contitution Oak) (Giclee)

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 The Ole Geneva Oak (The Constitution Oak) - Giclée Print

Geneva, Alabama

Unframed Giclée Print Size: 19½" x 30"
Framed and Matted Giclée: 26¼" x 36¼

Located in southeastern Alabama, Geneva County is home to Constitution Oak — more often called Ole Geneva Oak — believed to the largest and one of the oldest oak trees in the state. The town of Geneva is settled at the junction of the Choctawhatchee River and Pea River. Not far away is this imposing oak which has served as a backdrop to scores of weddings and community events and was one of the first subjects of nature artist Stephen Malkoff.

The Choctawhatchee River runs all the way to the Choctawhatchee Bay at Freeport, Florida, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. Because of this, Geneva was a busy trading center for steam-powered riverboats in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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