Leeroy Jenkins
logging The Lumberwoods hypertext interface allows readers to jump instantly from the middle of one book to another or back again. Unlike traditional reading, one is free to move from subject to subject rather than bound page to page. Why outwardly perplexing, this provides a unique tool for researchers to instantly see how those who originated folklore differed in their interpretation of the same myth. Through the digitization of scarce, out-of-print books, the Lumberwoods project strives for the continued expansion of this collection of authentic folkloric texts with the aim to renew interest in traditional storytelling and a cultural heritage.

Fearsome Creatures of the Lumberwoods by William T. Cox

Fearsome Critters by Henry H. Tryon

The Hodag and Other Tales of the Logging Camps by "Lake Shore" Kearney

Paul Bunyan Natural History by Charles E. Brown
Yarns of the Big Woods by Art Childs
Marvelous Critters of Puget Sound by The Seattle Star
Book of Steampunk Inspiration: Fantastic Inventions of Fact and Theory by various

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