LINGUIST List 2.513

Sat 14 Sep 1991

Disc: American Tongues (Final posting)

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  1. , Re: 2.496 Queries
  2. Gabriella Hermon, Re: 2.509 Video on American Dialects
  3. Geoffrey Russom, Re: 2.503 American Tongues, Dialect
  4. Maggi Sokolik, American Tongues Video

Message 1: Re: 2.496 Queries

Date: Fri, 13 Sep 91 15:36 EDT
From: <TRUESDAclust1.a1.clemson.edu>
Subject: Re: 2.496 Queries
The video on American dialects that Geoffrey Russom inquires
about is undoubtedly "American Tongues" by Louis Alvarez and
Andrew Kolker of the Center for New American Media in NY. Send
orders to "American Tongues," New Day Films,
121 West 27th St. #902, New York, NY 10001. Their
phone no. is (212) 645-8210. (Purchase price for the
video was $285 plus shipping, according to the most recent
brochure I received from them.) -- Vance Truesdale
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Message 2: Re: 2.509 Video on American Dialects

Date: Fri, 13 Sep 91 16:20:05 EDT
From: Gabriella Hermon <AXR01788UDELVM.bitnet>
Subject: Re: 2.509 Video on American Dialects
 I have this sitting in my office. Wolfram copied it for us for $25. I sho
uld bring it home to preview it. It's good (I've seen it in class)
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Message 3: Re: 2.503 American Tongues, Dialect

Date: Sat, 14 Sep 91 11:28:46 EDT
From: Geoffrey Russom <EL403015brownvm.brown.edu>
Subject: Re: 2.503 American Tongues, Dialect
Thanks to all who responded to the request for info on what turns out
to be "American Tongues." It's pleasant to see so many endorsements,
and Professor Davis will be sure to use it.
 -- Rick Russom
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Message 4: American Tongues Video

Date: Fri, 13 Sep 91 20:52:37 CDT
From: Maggi Sokolik <E305MStamvm1.tamu.edu>
Subject: American Tongues Video
The name of the video is "American Tongues"; it is a 60-minute
video produced by PBS in conjunction with a lot of other organizations.
There are a lot of copies around in various libraries--I'm not sure
how one would go about purchasing a copy. M. Sokolik, Texas A&M
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