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The Shooting of Dan McGrew

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  1. a short, narrative poem by Robert W. Service, first published in The Songs of a Sourdough in 1907 in Canada

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  2. The tale takes place in a Yukon saloon during the Yukon Gold Rush of the late 1890s

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  3. tells of three characters: Dan McGrew, a rough-neck prospector

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  4. McGrew's sweetheart "Lou", a formidable pioneer woman

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  5. and a mysterious, weather-worn stranger who wanders into the saloon where the former are among a crowd of drinkers

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