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What’s with this “Wren” thing?
The oldest extant version of the fable
are presenting here appeared in 1913 in the first volume of a two-volume anthology
Saxon folktales (Plattdeutsche
Volksmärchen “Low German Folktales”)
collected by Wilhelm Wisser (1843–1935). Read
has a unique population blend and a
English to prove it. Here a street scene
son Andy Warhol
(Andrew Warhola, 1942–1987)
was of Rusyn (Ruthenian) immigrant descent
The American English dialect of Pittsburgh (Deyohatéhsö’), Pennsylvania, owes most to the
dialects imported first to Eastern Pennsylvania and then to Central Pennsylvania
Northern England and Northern Ireland, some such features being found in Appalachian
dialects as well. Immigrants from Continental Europe and relocated Southerners
of African slave descent added much to this unique Pittsburghese blend.