Wood of the jack (Artocarpus integrifolia), used in cabinetwork.
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Hackwood is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Packwood Haugh School
Packwood Haugh School is a co-educational Preparatory school for pupils from the ages of 4 to 13, offering places for both day and boarding pupils. It is located in Ruyton-XI-Towns, midway between Oswestry and Shrewsbury in Shropshire, England.
Joshua Packwood, at the age of 22, became the first white valedictorian of Morehouse College, a historically black college, in 2008.
Packwood Lake is a freshwater lake in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the Cascade Mountains of Washington. It is located near the town of Packwood and is a popular day hiking and overnight camping area. The southern half of the lake lies within the Goat Rocks Wilderness area.
The Packwood Airport is a single runway, public general aviation airport, 3 blocks west of US Highway 12 in downtown Packwood, Washington. No commercial service uses the airport, and flight operations are predominantly private, with search-and-rescue and wildfire control operations in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount Rainier National Park a significant secondary usage. Due to the presence of nearby trees and hillsides to the north of the airport, current plans for the airport are to remove the northern 146 ft (45 m), and add at least a corresponding length to the south end of the runway. It is one of four airports owned and operated by Lewis County, Washington.
William Henderson Packwood (October 23, 1832 – September 21, 1917) was an American politician who served at the Oregon Constitutional Convention in 1857. A United States Army veteran from the state of Illinois, he was also a school superintendent and acquaintance of President Abraham Lincoln. He was an early resident of Baker City in Eastern Oregon.
The Venerable Paul Colin Hackwood is a priest in the Church of England and currently a Canon Residentiary at Leicester Cathedral.
Packwood Station, California
Packwood Station was a settlement established in Tulare County in 1857, on the Stockton - Los Angeles Road. From 1858 to 1861, it was a stagecoach station on the Butterfield Overland Mail route, 12 miles southeast of Visalia and 14 miles north of Tule River Station.
Packwood (also, Packwood's) is a former settlement in Kern County, California. It was located 11 miles (18 km) south-southeast of Orchard Peak, at an elevation of 1375 feet (419 m). Packwood still appeared on maps as of 1947.