Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack in American folklore.  His exploits revolve around the tall tales of his superhuman labors, and he is customarily accompanied by Babe the Blue Ox.  The character originated in the oral tradition of North American loggers and was later popularized by freelance writer William B. Laughead (1882–1958) in a 1916 promotional pamphlet for the Red River Lumber Company.

Paul bunyon- American folklore: a giant lumberjack that is accompanied by a giant blue ox named Babe.

Tall Tales: Paul Bunyan Worksheet

Tall Tales: Paul Bunyan

Introduce your young learner to the tall tale with these wacky coloring pages. While he's coloring, you might want to tell him a tall tale or two!

Paul Bunyan & Babe Blue Ox poster by CindyLindgren on Etsy

I enjoyed drawing these legends of the North, Paul Bunyan and Babe, in my graphic style. Paul in his plaid shirt and Babe tower against the white

Paul Bunyan Statue; Bemidji, MN

Top 50 American Roadside Attractions

As the mythical hero of lumberjack camps nationwide, many Paul Bunyan statues dot roadsides across the U. But there is one that stands out among the pack. The boxy Bunyan in Bemidji, Minnesota is.

Buffalo Plaid Paul Bunyan...A Man Doll by herbunniesthree on Etsy

A Man Doll by herbunniesthree on Etsy for babes lumberjack nursery

Wisconsin Dells Paul Bunyan    My bf hooked my on this place for breakfast. It is tradition.

Carol Hultin commented Wisconsin Dells Paul Bunyan My bf hooked my on this place for breakfast. It is tradition.

Paul Bunyan Lumberjack, POSTER Print, American Canadian folklore, from original illustration 1950s music book

Paul Bunyan Lumberjack, POSTER Print, American Canadian folklore, from original illustration music book

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