Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe, are the most famous North American folklore characters. Paul first appeared in print in a story by James MacGillivray in 1906, though he had been circulating around North America for ages before. Tell some of Paul’s most famous stories and spread the joy of this American classic on this national day.
When Is National Paul Bunyan Day?
Paul Bunyan, America’s favourite folklore hero, is celebrated on National Paul Bunyan Day which falls annually on June 28th.
History Of National Paul Bunyan Day
We are continuing to research the origins of this national day.
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