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Form the body with cloth and wire, attaching the dried head. Judeo-Christian Folklore In Judeo-Christian mythology, the apple is the tree of forbidden knowledge, which gave Adam and Eve their knowledge of good and evil.History Man’s relation to apple trees dates back to prehistoric times.The Common Apple or Wild Apple (Malus sylvestris) is native to Europe and Western Asia.Johnny Appleseed John Chapman (born in Leominster, Massachusetts on September 26, 1774; and died in Fort Wayne, Indiana, at aged 70, on March 18, 1845), also known as ‘Johnny Appleseed’, planted a popular American variety, the Jonothan Apple, across the American wilderness in the late 1700s and early 1800s.
His apple orchards in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky still exist, and some of the original trees he planted over two hundred years ago, still bear fruit (Gifford, page 94).
Johnny Appleseed has transcended history and become a ﬁxture of American folklore.