California history museum reopens with new roof

The Three Rivers Historical Museum reopened Feb. 1 with a new roof and interior. The museum near the entrance of the Sequoia National Park in California focuses on the colorful history of the frontier. A 2,600-pound statue of Paul Bunyan, carved from a fallen giant sequoia, marks the entrance to the museum.

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