Westwood, California

The mill was equipped with the most modern equipment for its time. William Laughead, an advertising copywriter who had once worked in lumber camps, took the stories of an old lumberjack and reworked them into the modern character. He sold the stories of Paul Bunyan and his Blue Ox "Babe" to the Red River Lumber Company, which

published "Introducing Mr. Paul Bunyan of Westwood, California" in 1916 as an advertising pamphlet. Among other things, Laughead gave the name "Babe" to the blue ox, originated the idea that Paul Bunyan and Babe were of enormous size, and created the first

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Old Forge, New York

in Old Forge, New York; Akeley, Minnesota; Tucson, Arizona; Minocqua, Wisconsin; Bangor, Maine; Rumford, Maine; Oscoda, Michigan; Manistique Township, Michigan; a recently moved pair of statues sit in Ossineke, Michigan with a neutered Babe the Blue Ox, Roadside attractions, Ossineke, Michigan Babe and Paul Bunyan Portland, Oregon; St. Maries, Idaho; Shelton, Washington; Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin

Delaware Valley

the Blues Babe Foundation, a program founded to help young minority students pay for university expenses. The Blues Babe Foundation offers financial assistance to students between the ages of sixteen to twenty-one, and targets students residing in Philadelphia, Camden (Camden, New Jersey), and the greater Delaware Valley. Scott donated USD$ (United States dollar)100,000 to help start the foundation. The foundation was named after Scott's grandmother, known as "Blue Babe

". On the foundation's website, it defines its mission statement as one where it "seeks to provide financial support and mentoring for those students who have shown the aptitude and commitment to their education, but whose families may not have the resources to ensure completion of their undergraduate degrees". Blues Babe Foundation '''up from 6,141,325 in 2000''' http

Oxford County, Ontario

and independence. Its far-flung congregations were not ruled by a centralized, bureaucratic authority. Watson, pp. 50–51. Innis became an agnostic (Agnosticism) in later life, but never lost his interest in religion. Babe, Robert. ''Canadian Communication Thought: Ten Foundational Writers'', University of Toronto Press, p. 51. According to his friend and biographer Donald Creighton, Innis's character was moulded by the Church: blockquote

Huntsville, Ontario

hockey and lacrosse athlete, best known as a lacrosse player. *Ethan Moreau, a former NHL (National Hockey League) hockey player and current scout for the Montreal Canadiens. *Les Stroud, survival expert (Survivalism) and host of the television program ''Survivorman''. *Hawksley Workman, musician and songwriter. *George Selkirk, a major league baseball player, was born here in 1908. Selkirk succeeded the legendary Babe Ruth as the right fielder for the New York

Sanford, Florida

stadium located in Sanford, Florida. The ballpark is located just south of Lake Monroe on Mellonville Avenue, less than a mile from Historic Downtown Sanford. The stadium stands near the site of the old Sanford Field, which was originally built in 1926. 1 The new stadium was built in 1951 as the Spring Training Facility of the New York Giants. Many Major League stars have played in the stadiums including Babe Ruth, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Tim Raines, and David Eckstein. Sanford Field

?url sanfordyouthbaseball&Locationid 825405 title Zinn Beck Field author date work publisher Sanford Babe Ruth & Cal Ripken Baseball League accessdate 17 September 2013 * Jeff Blake, a retired American football quarterback who played in the National Football League. * Jim Courier, professional tennis player. * David Eckstein, professional baseball player. * Rick Eckstein, advanced scout and assistant hitting coach for the Los Angeles Angels


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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

, HBO, Luzerne National Bank, and Stegmaier. In addition, the demolished Old Fell House on Northampton St is believed to be the first place in the entire world Anthracite was burned for heat. Pennsylvania Historical Society 20th century thumb left Children working under the watch of a man in Wilkes-Barre's coal industry, 1906. (File:Child Labor in United States, coal mines Pennsylvania.jpg) It is said that Babe Ruth hit one of the longest home runs

in history in Wilkes-Barre early in the 20th century. This statement is quoted from the Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders News page: "On October 12, 1926, Babe Ruth visited Wilkes-Barre's Artillery Park to play in an exhibition game between Hughestown (Hughestown, Pennsylvania) and Larksville (Larksville, Pennsylvania). Suiting up for Hughestown, the Yankee slugger challenged Larksville's hurler Ernie Corkran to throw him his 'best stuff'—a fastball right down the heart of the plate

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