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Wends in Texas by Helmuth Esau and Sylvia Grider

Wednesday 01 April 2015 at 01:45 am

This paper was first presented by Helmuth Esau (deceased) and Sylvia Grider (Professor Emeritus, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M University) as follows:

Helmut Esau and Sylvia Grider, "The Wends: A Case Study of Ethnic Variables" in Wolfgang Wölck and Paul L. Garvin (eds.) The Fifth LACUS Forum1978 [Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States], (Columbia, S.C. : Hornbeam Press, 1979), 383-96.

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