Manuscript/Mixed Material Image 1 of Conversation with 11 year old black female, Washington, DC (Transcript)
About this Item
- Conversation with 11 year old black female, Washington, DC (Transcript)
- Contributor Names
- Fasold, Ralph W. (Collector)
- Scott, Phyllis Marie (Speaker)
- Created / Published
- October 30, 1968
- Subject Headings
- - Games
- - English language--Dialects--Washington (D.C.)
- - Children, Black--Washington (D.C.)--Language
- - African American girls--Washington (D.C.)--Language
- - Jump rope rhymes
- - Kickball
- - Rope skipping
- - Monopoly (Game)
- - Football
- - Interviews
- - Transcripts
- - United States -- District of Columbia
- - For rights information contact the collector’s institution: Georgetown University. Washington, DC
- - 11 year old black female, 6th grade, lower working class.
- - Talks about games she plays and how they are played.
- Call Number/Physical Location
- AFC 1986/022: AFS 24,356, folder 66
- Source Collection
- Center for Applied Linguistics Collection (AFC 1986/022)
- American Folklife Center
- Digital Id
- Online Format
- online text
ContributorsFasold, Ralph W.
Scott, Phyllis Marie
SubjectsAfrican American Girls
Jump Rope Rhymes
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Chicago citation style:
Fasold, Ralph W, and Phyllis Marie Scott. Conversation with 11 year old black female, Washington, DC Transcript. 1968. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000576/. (Accessed July 23, 2017.)
APA citation style:
Fasold, R. W. & Scott, P. M. (1968) Conversation with 11 year old black female, Washington, DC Transcript. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000576/.
MLA citation style:
Fasold, Ralph W, and Phyllis Marie Scott. Conversation with 11 year old black female, Washington, DC Transcript. 1968. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/afccal000576/>.