In 1958, Connie Bronson conceived of the idea for Bangor's huge Paul Bunyon stat
In 1958, Connie Bronson conceived of the idea for Bangor's huge Paul Bunyon statue while committee members were joking about making a statue of the "River Driver's Revenge," mocking Bangor's polluted water. In 1971, fisherman Henry van Debogert dedicated his Woodsmen's Memorial, a modern totem-pole-style tribute to river drivers, on Chesuncook Lake. History of the monuments, logging stories, details.
Jenks, Brett and Harbert, Tonee, "In 1958, Connie Bronson conceived of the idea for Bangor's huge Paul Bunyon stat" (1989). Maine News Index – Salt. 63.
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