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English Language -- Native American Pidgin Dialects

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is English dialects.


Six Superlative Sources

· Drechsel, Emanuel J. "'Ha, Now Me Stomany That!' A Summary of Pidginization and Creolization of North American Indian Languages." International Journal of the Sociology of Language 7(1976): 63-81.

· Flanigan, Beverly Olson. American Indian English: The Evolution of a Pidgin from Reality to Stereotype. Flanigan, 1981.

· Jahr, Ernst Hakon, and Ingvild Broch, eds. Language Contact in the Arctic: Northern Pidgins and Contact Languages. Mouton de Gruyter, 1996.

· Johnson, Samuel V. Chinook Jargon: A Computer Assisted Analysis of Variation in an American Indian Pidgin. University of Michigan Microfilm, 1977.

· Lang, George. "Voyageur Discourse and the Absence of Fur Trade Pidgin." Canadian Literature 131(Winter 1991): 51-63.

· Leecham, Douglas, and Robert A. Hall. "American Indian Pidgin English: Attestations and Grammatical Peculiarities." American Speech 30(1955): 163-71.

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