That's definately pignut hickory. I used a lot of it when I was stationed down in VA. That was one of the most prominent species of hickory down where we were. Up here in Maine, all I can find is shag bark hickory. I'd either split it and let it season for closer to a year, or cut it into chunks and let it season for 6 months or so.
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