Oregon white oaks, also known as Garry oaks or savannah oaks, are Washington's only native oaks. DuPont, Washington, has a number of landmark trees that are between 100 and 250 years old.
This photo montage illustrates two elements of DuPont history. The stone pillar actually stands at the entrance of the DuPont Historic Village, which was completed in 1912. The oak at left is more than 100 years old.