Pee Pee Creek
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Pee Pee Creek derives its name from Major Paul Paine, a pioneer settler who added his initials to a tree which stood along its banks. Stones taken from Pee Pee Creek were used to construct the chimneys of pioneers' log cabins.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Pee Pee Creek
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