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Cohen, David Steven. 1984. "The Folklore and Folklife of New Jersey." New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers U. Press. (contains a chapter on folk speech, mentioning 'Jersey Dutch' in neNJ and seNY, as well as 'Albany Dutch' of the Mohawk and upper Hudson rivers: p. 22-29)Jersey Dutch
Prince, J. Dyneley. 1910. "The Jersey Dutch Dialect." Dialect Notes III, 459.
Shetter, William Z. 1958. "A Final Word on Jersey Dutch." American Speech 33:243-251
Storms, James B.H. 1964. A Jersey Dutch Vocabulary. Park Ridge: Pascack Historical Society.Pennsylvania German
Buffington, Albert F. and Barba, Preston Albert. 1965. A Pennsylvania German Grammar. Allentown: Schlechter.
Danner, Edward Russell. 1951. Pennsylvania Dutch dictionary and handbook: with special emphasis on the dialect that was, and is, spoken in York County, Pennsylvania. York, PA: William Penn Senior High School and Atreus Wanner Vocational School.
Frey, John William. 1942. A Simple Grammar of Pennsylvania Dutch. Clinton, S.C.: J.W. Frey.
Haag, Earl C. 1982. A Pennsylvania German Reader and Grammar. Keystone Books, The Pennsylvania State University Press: University Park and London.
Haldeman, Samuel Stehman. 1872. Pennsylvania Dutch: a dialect of South German with an infusion of English. Philadelphia: Reformed Church publication board. Reprint Available from Evolution Publishing
Kelz, Heinrich P. 1969. Phonologische Analyse des Pennsylvania-deutschen. Bonn:Druck:Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universitat.
Lambert, Marcus Bachman. c1924. A Dictionary of the non-English Words of the Pennsylvania-German dialect. Lancaster, PA: Lancaster Press.
Reed, Carroll E. 1949. The Pennsylvania German dialect spoken in the counties of Lehigh and Berks. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Reed, Carroll E. and Seifert, Lester W. 1954. A Linguistic Atlas of Pennsylvania German. Marburg/Lahn.
Seifert, Lester W.J. 1946. Lexical Differences Between Four Pennsylvania German Regions. Allentown, PA: Pennsylvania Folklore Society.Mandingo
Brinton, Daniel G. 1887. On certain supposed Nanticoke words shown to be of African Origin. American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 9(6):350-354.