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Issue Details: First known date: 1904... 1904 How Pango Wango was Annexed
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    y separately published work icon Cumner's Son and Other South Sea Folk Gilbert Parker , London : Heinemann , 1904 Z1174379 1904 selected work short story Parker describes the stories in his selection Cumner's Son and Other South Sea Folk as representing 'the life which for nearly four years I knew and studied with ... affection' (Introduction to 1913 edition). These stories were not collected until some years after their writing; many were separately published in periodicals such as Harper's Weekly and Macmillan's Magazine during the 1890s. Parker himself refers to the 1910 edition as a first edition, but an earlier edition dated 1904 and published by Heinemann is held by the Library of Congress. London : Heinemann , 1904 pg. 193-200
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