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According to Irving's tale "The Devil and Tom Walker," the trees on Deacon
Peabody's land were unusual in what way?
A. They were all hardwood trees that had been there since before Captain Kidd came through.
B. They had names of great men of the colony on them and were scored by the ax.
C. They were tall and beautiful, fair and flourishing.

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