Title

In 1958, Connie Bronson conceived of the idea for Bangor's huge Paul Bunyon stat

Source

Salt

Date

5-1989

Volume Number

Number 35

Pages

12

Abstract

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.

Subjects

Statues

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