You selected a Eastern Hemlock or Canada Hemlock:
Evergreen needles; 1/4 to 2/3 in. long; flattened and short; flexible at tip; tapering; shiny dark green above with two narrow white lines beneath and green edges minutely toothed.
(cones) 5/8 to 3/4 in. long; elliptical; brown; short-stalked; hang down at ends of twigs; composed of many rounded cone scales. Have seeds that are paired, light brown and long-winged.
½ to ¾ in. thick; oval; chestnut brown; hairy scales
Cinnamon red to gray, tinged with purple, narrow ridges; deeply furrowed with broad scaly ridges.
Height of 60-70 ft
Diameter of 2-3 ft
South Ontario east to Cape Breton Island; south in mountains to north Alabama; west to east Minnesota. Native to Vermont
Male flowers are yellow and female flowers are pink or pale green; both sexes on the same tree. The bark was historically used as a source of tannin in leather production. In addition, pioneers made tea from the leafy twigs and brooms from the branches.