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Dec 31, 2018

[Answer] 5. In American folk tales, what giant lumberjack was accompanied by a blue ox named Babe?

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...1. Daniel Boone 2. Johnny Appleseed 3. Paul Bunyan 4. Uncle Sam American folklore and tall tales usually relate to the founding of the nation and independence. Paul Bunyan is a unique figure because he actually originated in Canada. The Bunyan figure ended up moving southward around the time of independence and made its way from oral story to paper at the turn of the twentieth century. Bunyan is the ideal figure for a tall tale. Unrealistically tall and followed by a giant blue ox, Bunyan is said to have carved out the Grand Canyon and formed parts of the Cascades. Many statues of Bunyan can be found all around the western and central United States from California to Michigan and everywhere in between.




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Paul Bunyan:


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