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Bunyan, Paul

Paul Bunyan (2001)

Paul Bunyan (2001)

A mythical woodsman immortalized by a larger-than-life statue in Bangor, once the lumbering capital of the United States.

This statue is located near the Bangor Auditorium on Main Street.

Additional resources

Felton, Harold W. Legends Of Paul Bunyan, Illustrated by Richard Bennett. New York, A. A. Knopf. 1947.

Hoffman, Daniel. Paul Bunyan, Last Of The Frontier Demigods. Lincoln, NB. University of Nebraska Press. 1983, c1980.

Rogers, David Laurence. Paul Bunyan: How a Terrible Timber Feller Became a Legend. Bay City, MI Historical Press. 1993.

Rounds, Glen. Ol’ Paul, the Mighty Logger; being a true account of the seemingly incredible exploits and inventions of the great Paul Bunyan, profusely illustrated by drawings made at the scene by the author, Glen Rounds. New York. Holiday House. 1936.

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