Paul Bunyan, American Hercules: Wisconsin Tall Tales of the Prince of American Lumberjacks and His Logging Crews, for Story Telling at the Campfire and Fireside
The author, 1937 - Bunyan, Paul (Legendary character) - 8 pages
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