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  Allen, H. (1)
Harold Byron Allen. The linguistic atlas of the Upper Midwest. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1973.
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  Antieau, L. (1)
Allison Burkette; and Lamont Antieau. A -Prefixing in Linguistic Atlas Project Data. American Speech, 97(2): 167–196. May 2022.
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  Atwood, E. (1)
Elmer Bagby Atwood. A survey of verb forms in the eastern United States. of Studies in American EnglishUniversity of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1953.
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  Burkette, A. (1)
Allison Burkette; and Lamont Antieau. A -Prefixing in Linguistic Atlas Project Data. American Speech, 97(2): 167–196. May 2022.
<i>A</i> -Prefixing in Linguistic Atlas Project Data [link]Paper   doi   link   bibtex   abstract  
  Christian, D. (3)
Walt Wolfram; and Donna Christian. Appalachian speech. Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C., 1976.
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Donna Christian; Walt Wolfram; and Nanjo Dube. Variation and Change in Geographically Isolated Communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English. Technical Report ED246682, Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC, May 1984.
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Donna Christian; Walt Wolfram; and Nanjo Dube. A-prefixing. In Variation and change in geographically isolated communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English, volume 74, of Publication of the American Dialect Society, pages 51–84. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1988.
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  Dube, N. (2)
Donna Christian; Walt Wolfram; and Nanjo Dube. Variation and Change in Geographically Isolated Communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English. Technical Report ED246682, Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC, May 1984.
Variation and Change in Geographically Isolated Communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English [link]Paper   link   bibtex   abstract  
Donna Christian; Walt Wolfram; and Nanjo Dube. A-prefixing. In Variation and change in geographically isolated communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English, volume 74, of Publication of the American Dialect Society, pages 51–84. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1988.
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  Feagin, C. (1)
Crawford Feagin. Variation and change in Alabama English: A sociolinguistic study of the White community. Georgetown University Press, Washington, DC, 1979.
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  Frazer, T. (1)
Timothy C. Frazer. More on the Semantics of A-Prefixing. American Speech, 65(1): 89. 1990.
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  Hackenberg, R. (1)
Robert G. Hackenberg. Appalachian English: A sociolinguistic study. Ph.D. Thesis, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C, 1972.
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  Krapp, G. (1)
George Philip Krapp. The English language in America. F. Ungar, New York, 1960.
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  Mar (1)
Marta Ponciano Lázaro. Are the times a-changin’? Origin and Evolution of a-Prefix in English. Ph.D. Thesis, Universidad del País Vasco, Bilbao, 2018.
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  McQuaid, G. (2)
Goldie Ann McQuaid. A comprehensive survey of a-prefixing in Southern Appalachia. Language and Linguistics Compass, 11(5): e12242. May 2017.
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Goldie Ann McQuaid. Variation at the morphology-phonology interface in Appalachian English. Ph.D. Thesis, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, 2012.
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  Montgomery, M. (1)
Michael B. Montgomery. Historical and comparative perspectives on a-prefixing in the English of Appalachia. American Speech, 84(1): 5–26. 2009.
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  Stewart, W. (1)
William A. Stewart. Language and communication problems in southern Appalachia. In David L Shores., editor(s), Contemporary English: Change and variation, pages 107–122. Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C., 1967.
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  Wentworth, H. (1)
Harold Wentworth. American dialect dictionary. Thomas Y. Crowell, New York, 1944.
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  Wolfram, W. (5)
Walt Wolfram; and Donna Christian. Appalachian speech. Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, D.C., 1976.
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Donna Christian; Walt Wolfram; and Nanjo Dube. Variation and Change in Geographically Isolated Communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English. Technical Report ED246682, Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC, May 1984.
Variation and Change in Geographically Isolated Communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English [link]Paper   link   bibtex   abstract  
Donna Christian; Walt Wolfram; and Nanjo Dube. A-prefixing. In Variation and change in geographically isolated communities: Appalachian English and Ozark English, volume 74, of Publication of the American Dialect Society, pages 51–84. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1988.
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Walt Wolfram. Reconsidering the semantics of a-prefixing. American Speech, 63(3): 247–253. 1988.
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Walt Wolfram. Toward a description of a-prefixing in Appalachian English. American Speech, 51(1/2): 45–56. 1976.
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  Wright, J. (1)
Joseph Wright. The English dialect dictionary: Being the complete vocabulary of all dialect words still in use, or known to have been in use during the last two hundred years: Founded on the publications of the English Dialect Society and on a large amount of material never before printed. Henry Frowde, London, 1898.
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