Paul Bunyan, The Giant Lumberjack

Paul Bunyan, The Giant Lumberjack Tall tales abound about this country's favorite larger-than-life folk tale hero. Short web pages with illustrations make this a great site for the younger student to become acquainted with Paul Bunyan and his ox Babe. This is a helpful site to include in the study of
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Paul Bunyan, The Giant Lumberjack


Tall tales abound about this country's favorite larger-than-life folk tale hero. Short web pages with illustrations make this a great site for the younger student to become acquainted with Paul Bunyan and his ox Babe. This is a helpful site to include in the study of American folk tales.

Paul Bunyan Trail, Brainerd Lakes, Minnesota

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