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|Title||My dialect / by a former student. In Mountain herald / Lincoln Memorial University.|
|Description||An article from the "Mountain Herald" about the mountain dialect of a student of Lincoln Memorial University. Some of the linguistic expressions of his childhood are detailed, as well as reminiscences about visits to his grandfather's farm, near Barbourville, Kentucky.|
Appalachian Region, Southern -- English language -- Dialects.
English language -- Dialects -- Appalachian Region, Southern.
English language -- Dialects -- Kentucky.
English language -- Dialects -- Tennessee, East.
|Time Period||1920-1929 ca.|
|Format||1 article. (p. 15-16 ; 22 cm.) In Mountain herald / [published by] Lincoln Memorial University. Vol. 28, no. 11 (Nov. 1924).|
|Holding Library||Lincoln Memorial University|
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