You selected a White Ash:
Fraxinus americana L
Opposite; pinnately compound; 8-12in. long with 5-9 leaflets 5 in. long. Finely saw-toothed or almost without teeth . Purple to reddish-yellow in fall
Small (1/4 in. long), purplish, inconspicuous, in small clusters. Male and female flowers on separate trees
Gray or brown, rounded, rough
Dark gray. Smooth when young, then thick with deep furrows forming very distinctive diamond-shaped patterns
Height of 80 ft
Diameter of 2 ft
Southern Ontario to Cape Breton Island, south to northern Florida, west to eastern Texas, west to Minnesota. Native in Vermont.
The wood of white ash is particularly suited for making baseball bats, tennis rackets, hockey sticks, polo mallets and oars.