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

6. Regional Variations
 
 
a. General Discussions
 
Bondurant, Alexander L.: Dialect in the United States, Dial, vol. xviii, p. 104.
Carpenter, W. H.: The Philosophy of Dialect, Modern Language Notes, vol. i, p. 64.
Combs, J. H.: Dialect of the Folk-Song, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 311.
Eggleston, Edward: Folk-speech in America, Century, vol. x1viii, p. 867.
Emerson, Oliver F.: American Dialects, Modern Language Notes, vol. xii, p. 254.
——: The American Dialects, Providence (R. I.) Sunday Journal, Oct. 16, 1892.
Hemple, George: American Dialects, Modern Language Notes, vol. ix, p. 124 and p. 310.
——: Local Usage in American Speech, Dial, vol. xiv, p. 172.
——: American Speech Maps, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 315.
Mead, W. E.: The American Dialect Dictionary, Dialect Notes, vol. iii, p. 168.
Sheldon, E. S.: What Is a Dialect? Dialect Notes, vol.i, p.286.
Skeat, W. W.: English Dialects from the Eighth Century to the Present Day; Cambridge, 1911.
Wright, Joseph: An English Dialect Dictionary, 6 vols.; London, 1896-1905.
——: The English Dialect Grammar; Oxford, 1905.
Wyld, H. C. K.: The Study of Living Popular Dialects and Its Place in the Modern Science of Language; London, 1904.

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