Squib published in:
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
Vol. 32:1 (2017) ► pp. 159169

Full-text

A pan-Creole innovation?
References

References

Abbott, Edwin A.
1873 [1870]A Shakespearean grammar: An attempt to illustrate some of the differences between Elizabethan & Modern English. London: Macmillan & Co.Google Scholar
Adanson, M.
1814 [1759]A voyage to Senegal, the isle of Goree, and the River Gambia. In John Pinkerton (ed.). A general collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels in all parts of the world, 598–674. London: Longman, Hurst & Co.Google Scholar
Afzelius, Adam
1967Adam Afzelius’ Sierra Leone journal 1795-1796. Uppsala: Institutionen för Allmän och Jämförande Etnografi.Google Scholar
Allsopp, Richard
(ed.) 1996Dictionary of Caribbean English usage. New York: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Atkins, John
1735A voyage to Guinea, Brasil and the West Indies. London: Caesar Ward and Richard Chandler.Google Scholar
Beeching, Jack
(ed.) 1972Richard Hakluyt: Voyages and discoveries. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, Ltd.Google Scholar
Bennett, Louise S.
1942Jamaican dialect verses. Kingston: The Herald.Google Scholar
Bickerton, Derek
1983Creole languages. Scientific American 249(8). 116–122. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1984The language bioprogram hypothesis. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7. 173–188. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bolingbroke, Henry
1813 [1807]A voyage to the Demerary. Philadelphia: M. Carey.Google Scholar
Bosman, William
1814 [1705]A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea. In John Pinkerton (ed.), A general collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels in all parts of the world. London: Longman, Hurst & Co.Google Scholar
Brown, Tom
[= Edward Ward] 1699 [1696]A trip to Jamaica: With a true character of the people and island. London: J. How. Google Scholar
Cassidy, Frederic & Joan Houston Hall
(eds.) 1885 ffDictionary of American Regional English. 6 vols. New York: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Cruickshank, J. Graham
1916“Black talk”: Being notes on negro dialect in British Guiana, with (inevitably) a chapter on the vernacular of Barbados. Georgetown: Argosy Co.Google Scholar
David, Richard
(ed.) 1981Hakluyt’s voyages. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.Google Scholar
Falconbridge, Alexander
1758An account of the slave trade on the coast of Africa. London: J. Phillips.Google Scholar
1802 [1794]A narrative of two voyages to the River Sierra Leone during the years 1791–2-3. London: L.I. Higham.Google Scholar
Faraclas, Nicolas, et al.
(eds.) 2012Anansi’s defiant webs: Contact, continuity, convergence and complexity in the languages, literatures and cultures of the greater Caribbean. Curaçao: University of the Netherlands Antilles Press.Google Scholar
Fyle, Margaret S.
1998Yoruba loanwords in Krio: A study of language and culture change. Columbus: Ohio State University Masters thesis.Google Scholar
Hancock, Ian
2007Scots English and the English-lexifier creole relativizer we . English World Wide 29(1). 1–14. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hundt, Marianne
2004The passival and the progressive passive: A case study of layering in the English aspect and voice systems. In Hans Lindquist & Christian Mair (eds.), Corpus approaches to grammaticalization in English, 79–120. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jacobs, Hedley Powell
1942MS collection of materials on language usages in the West Indies. Kingston.Google Scholar
Jeffries, Richard
1882Bevis, the story of a boy. London: Sampson, Lowe.Google Scholar
Jobson, Richard
1623The golden trade, or, a discovery of the River Gambra [Gambia]. London: Nicholas Bourne.Google Scholar
Johnson, Alex C.
1992Varieties of Krio and standard Krio. In Eldred Jones, Karl Sandred & Neville Shrimpton (eds.), Reading and writing Krio, 21–30. Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksell.Google Scholar
Kamarah, Sheikh Umarr
2011‘A de pan kam’: language ‘corruption’ or ‘enrichment’? Patriotic Vanguard, November 26th.Google Scholar
Kemp, John
1802A grammar and vocabulary of the Susoo language. Edinburgh: J. Ritchie.Google Scholar
Matthews, John
1788A voyage to the River Sierra Leone. London: B. White & J. Sewell.Google Scholar
McKerrow, Ronald B.
(ed.) 1958 [1910]The works of Thomas Nashe. Oxford: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Migeod, F.W.H.
1911The languages of West Africa, 2 vols., London: Kegan, Paul, Trench & Trubner.Google Scholar
Monson, William
1902 [1593]The naval tracts of Sir William Monson, in six books. Edited by Michael Oppenheim for The Navy Records Society, Great Britain.Google Scholar
Moore, Francis
1738Travels into the inland parts of Africa. London: Cave.Google Scholar
Moorhouse, E. Hallam
(ed.) 1910Letters of the English seamen: 1587–1808. London: Chapman & Hall.Google Scholar
Moreton, J. B.
1793West India customs and manners. London: J. Parsons.Google Scholar
Newton, John
1962 [1750–1754]The journal of a slave trader. Edited by Catherine Bull for Epworth, Slough.Google Scholar
Owen, Nicolas
1930 [1758]Journal of a slave-dealer… from the year 1746 to 1757. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.Google Scholar
Rickford, John
1987Dimensions of a creole continuum. Stanford: Stanford University Press.Google Scholar
Sengova, Joko
2006Aborigines and returnees: Search of linguistic and historical meaning in delineations of Sierra Leone’s ethnicity and heritage. In Mac Dixon-Fyle & Gibril Cole (eds.), New perspectives on the Sierra Leone Krio, 167–199. New York: Lang.Google Scholar
Smith, William
1744A new voyage to Guinea. London: Nourse & Co.Google Scholar
Snelgrave, William
1971 [1734]A new account of some parts of Guinea, and the Slave Trade. London: Cass & Co.Google Scholar
Southers, Donna E.
1975A transformational analysis of Tobagonian Creole English. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina dissertation.Google Scholar
Strachan, Michael & Boies Penrose
(eds.) 1971The East India Company journals of Captain William Keeling and Master Thomas Bonner, 1615–1617. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.Google Scholar
Thompson, Thomas
1788Memoirs of an English missionary on the coast of Guinea. London: Shepperson & Reynolds.Google Scholar
Thornton, Henry, et al.
1795An account of the colony of Sierra Leone, from its first establishment in 1793. London: James Philips.Google Scholar
Traugott, Elizabeth
1972A history of English syntax. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.Google Scholar
Wright, Joseph
(ed.) 1905The English dialect dictionary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Wyse, Akintola
1989The Krio of Sierra Leone: An Interpretive history. London: Hurst & Co.Google Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 1 other publications

Yakpo, Kofi
2021. Two types of language contact involving English Creoles. English Today  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 15 april 2021. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.