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H.L. Mencken (1880–1956).  The American Language.  1921.

14. Rudimentary Speech
 
Bolton, Henry Carrington: The Language Used in Talking to Domestic Animals, American Anthropologist, vol. x, p. 65 and p. 97.
Carruth, W. H.: The Language Used to Domestic Animals, Dialect Notes, vol. i, p. 263.
Crew, Lena: Words and the Child, English, July, 1920, p. 379.
Hall, G. Stanley: Children’s Pet Names, Amer. Jour. Psychology, vol. ix, p. 368.
Hills, Elijah Clarence: The Speech of a Child Two Years of Age, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 84.
Lukens, Herman T.: The Speech of Children, Jour. Am. Folk-Lore, vol. viii, p. 158.
Molesworth-Roberts, H.: Inarticulate Sounds (animals), English, Dec., 1920, p. 434.
Peters, A. H.: Man’s Speech to the Brutes, Chautauquan, vol. xxi, p. 67.

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