HUSBANDRY: The Labors of Legge

(See front cover) Legend tells that when great, good, wise Paul Bunyan was inventing and perfecting the logging industry in Real America, he thought up most of his profound ideas and amazing devices all by himself. But now and then there would be something that stumped him, and besides, keeping the great 100,000-page ledgers of his business took up too much of his time. So Paul Bunyan was a very happy man the day he found John Rogers Inkslinger sitting bemused on a cliff with one foot damming up the Twin Rivers, and...

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