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Wed Jan 5 17:04:57 UTC 2005

Some of the resources below may be of interest.

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas [is/was] a Gullah speaker.
(12/14/00) issue of the New York Times in Thomas's own words
"When I was 16, I was sitting as the only black kid in my class, and I had
grown up speaking a kind of a dialect. It's called Geechee.


"Gullah, a word derived perhaps from Angola, draws to some degree on amix
of West African languages like Ewe, Ibo and Yoruba."

African Languages

World Creoles

American Virgin Islands Creole

Karen Ellis

The Educational CyberPlayGround

National Children's Folksong Repository

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