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Princeville
Title:
Princeville
Online:
No
Archive:
Contributor:
Walt Wolfram, Ryan Rowe (author)
Description:
Princeville, North Carolina was settled just after the Civil War in 1865 and is the oldest town incorporated by African Americans in the United States. It is located in the Coastal Plain region of eastern North Carolina and lies just south of the Tar River from the county seat of Tarboro in Edgecombe County. Princeville was the site of NCLLP fieldwork from about 2003 - 2005 and is the subject of an NCLLP documentary. Collection contains 38 individual interviews/records. See project website -
- for more information.
Content language:
English
Subject language:
English
Language family:
Indo-European
Germanic
Country:
United States
Linguistic type:
Primary text
Linguistic field:
Sociolinguistics
DCMI type:
Collection
Other date:
2005
Other rights:
For access information/inquiries contact: Prof. Walt Wolfram, walt_wolfram@ncsu.edu
Other subject:
Sociolinguistic study
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Archive: The Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project (SLAAP)
Online: No
Subject language: English
Language family: Germanic
Language family: Indo-European
Geographic region: Europe
Country: United States
Linguistic type: Primary text
Linguistic field: Sociolinguistics
DCMI type: Collection
Content language: English
Contributor: Walt Wolfram, Ryan Rowe
Title: Princeville
Other date: 2005
Other rights: For access information/inquiries contact: Prof. Walt Wolfram, walt_wolfram@ncsu.edu
Other subject: Sociolinguistic study