These tales have appeared in "McClure's," "Ainslee's," "Outing," the "Overland Monthly," the "Wave," the "National," and the San Francisco "Examiner." To the kindness of the various editors is due their reappearance in more permanent form.
136268The God of His Fathers: Tales of the KlondykeJack London1901
To the Daughters of the Wolf Who Have Bred and Suckled a Race of Men
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