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H.L. Mencken (1880–1956).  The American Language.  1921.
 
c. The Middle States
 
Allen, W. H.: Pennsylvania Word-List, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 157.
Babbitt, E. H.: The English of the Lower Classes in New York City and Vicinity, Dialect Notes, vol. i, p. 457.
Bowen, B. L.: A Word-List From Western New York, Dialect Notes, vol. iii, p. 435.
Child, Clarence Griffin: The Diphtħong oi in New England, Modern Language Notes, vol. xv, p. 123.
Crowley, Mary C.: Miss Anderson and Her “Moybid” Friend, Critic, vol. xiii, p. 233.
Emerson, Oliver F.: The Ithaca Dialect, Dialect Notes, vol. i, p. 85.
Grumbine, Lee L.: Provincialisms of the “Dutch” Districts of Pennsylvania, Proc. Am. Philological Assoc. for 1886, p. xii.
Heydrick, B. A.: Pennsylvania Word-List, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 337.
Lee, Francis B.: Jerseyisms, Dialect Notes, vol. i, p. 327.
Lee, Francis B.: Jerseyisms; Trenton, 1889.
Ralph, Julian: The Language of the Tenement Folk, Harper’s Weekly, vol. x1i, p. 90.
White, Henry Adelbert: A Word-List From Central New York, Dialect Notes, vol. iii, p. 565.
Zimmermann, H. E.: Maryland Word-List, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 343.

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