Well oh boy I saw the saw mill owner today as I passed and stopped to talk to him. Got some better turning blanks suitable for bowls today. The woods 3 and 4 are pin oak, the 5th is Elm. The last one, that I thought was black locust, he says, he often cuts black locust into fence posts, but if it was in the cut off pile at the skid operation, it was mulberry. So that last one is mulberry, not black locust. (He did add that I shouldn't feel too bad about thinking it is black locust. the two woods are often mistaken for each other, and mulberry is not a commonly encountered wood. I also got access to a different section of the mill for cut offs where pieces suitable for bowl blanks can be found.