Paul Bunyan and His Big Blue Ox: Their Marvelous Exploits : as Told in the Camps of the White Pine Lumbermen for Generations, During which Time the Loggers Have Pioneered the Way Through the Woods from the Atlantic to the Pacific : Collected from Various Sources and Embellished for Publication
Red River Lumber Company, 1944 - Bunyan, Paul (Legendary character) - 44 pages
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