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a b Thomas Colley Grattan (1859). Civilized America ... Second edition, Volume 1. Bradbury&Evans. p.7.

Fleser, Arthur F. "Coolidge's Delivery: Everybody Liked It." Southern Speech Journal 1966 32(2): 98–104. ISSN 0038-4585

Most linguists look to Dutch language sources, noting the extensive interaction between the Dutch colonists in New Netherland (New York, parts of New Jersey, and Delaware) and the English colonists in New England ( Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut). [13] The exact application, however, is uncertain; some scholars suggest that it was a term used in derision of the Dutch colonists, others that it was derisive of the English colonists.

Bill did and he credits KMOX Radio’s legendary general manager Bob Hyland who took White under his wing. “Hyland was great to me. I had a five-minute show with Bob Gibson. Hyland had me go out with the salespeople and I actually sold some air-time myself. Hyland was an amazing man. He never left his office.” Willie Calhoun drove in three runs for the Yankees, who played their first game since putting slugger Aaron Judge on the 10-day injured list with a sprained and bruised right big toe. Calhoun hit an RBI single and a two-run homer off starter Lance Lynn.With the Orioles changing their name to the Highlanders, it was inevitable that they were going to have to change their logo for the third year in a row. Kenneth J. Winkle (2001). The Young Eagle: The Rise of Abraham Lincoln. Taylor. p.78. ISBN 9781461734369. Joe Kelly and Reynaldo López tossed a hitless inning apiece. Kendall Graveman earned his sixth save by getting Rizzo to ground into a game-ending double play with two on.

The meaning of Yankee has varied over time. In the 18th century, it referred to residents of New England descended from the original English settlers of the region. Mark Twain used the word in this sense the following century in his 1889 novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. As early as the 1770s, British people applied the term to any person from the United States. In the 19th century, Americans in the southern United States employed the word in reference to Americans from the northern United States, though not to recent immigrants from Europe. Thus, a visitor to Richmond, Virginia, commented in 1818, "The enterprising people are mostly strangers; Scots, Irish, and especially New England men, or Yankees, as they are called". [10] While Aaron Boone may not have a lot of accolades throughout his career, he hit one of the most historical runs in Yankee history. President Calvin Coolidge exemplified the modern Yankee stereotype. Coolidge moved from rural Vermont to urban Massachusetts and was educated at elite Amherst College. Yet his flint-faced, unprepossessing ways and terse rural speech proved politically attractive. "That Yankee twang will be worth a hundred thousand votes", explained one Republican leader. [30] Coolidge's laconic ways and dry humor were characteristic of stereotypical rural "Yankee humor" at the turn of the 20th century. [31]Luis Lug; Sandra Stencel; John Green; Gregory Smith; Dan Cox; Allison Pond; Tracy Miller; Elixabeth Podrebarac; Michelle Ralston (February 2008). "U.S. Religious Landscape Survey" (PDF). Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. Pew Research Center . Retrieved February 12, 2012.

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