Help in identifying 120y/o wood
I'm resurrecting a building which dates back to the late 1800s. There is a lot of beautiful wood that we have to carefully remove and de-nail. There appear to be two main species used at first glance. One, I'm almost sure is red oak but I'm not sure what the other one is. I suspect some type of pine. I'll call them a hardwood and a softwood. Most of the hardwood is rough cut to 1-7/8" x 9-1/2" or thereabouts. The majority of the softwood is 2" x 5-1/.2" When sawmarks are visible they are radial and some string and math tell us the blade was 4-5' in diameter. I've included some nails in one photo to show the vintage of the original fasteners. The building is in Southwestern Ontario.
I did some calcs on some dry samples and the densities check in at 41 lb/cuft and 24 lb/cuft