Ol' Paul, the mighty logger: being a true account of the seemingly incredible exploits and inventions of the great Paul Bunyan
Holiday House, 1936 - Fiction - 132 pages
Ten tales of Paul Bunyan including how he built the Rockies, how the rain fell up one spring, and how Paul stops a river from whistling.
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