- pg. 426: The Yale Grammatical Diversity Project has maps and discussion about various examples of syntactic variation in English.
- pg. 427: Pop vs. Soda map by county
- pg. 432, top: Video on the Northern Cities Vowel Shift: Bill Labov, excerpt from Do You Speak American?
- pg. 432, middle: Harvard Dialect Survey results
- pg. 442: A Dialect Dictionary of Lumbee English (originally from the Learn NC website; now permanently archived on the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine)
- pg. 446: John Baugh's website, including a TEDxEmory talk: "The Significance of Linguistic Profiling"; an article on linguistic profiling by Patricia Rice
- pg. 455, Activity #23: Harvard Dialect Survey map of merry, marry, and Mary; all Harvard Dialect Survey Maps and Results
- pg. 455, Activity #24: British Accents and Dialects: Sound recordings (British Library website)
- pg. 455, Activity #25: Where is the speaker from? NOTE: Unfortunately, this activity runs in Flash, which some browsers no longer support. You can try opening it in a different browser (e.g. Firefox) and allow it to run Flash, but all Flash support is scheduled to end soon.
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