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Settlement patterns and the eastern boundary of the Northern Cities Shift – ERRATUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 January 2014

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2013 

doi:10.1017/jlg.2013.2, Published by Cambridge University Press, 29 August 2013.

An error was made in the first paragraph of Section 4.2 (page 14) of the above publication. The sentence which reads:

“In the six communities on the left side of Figure 12—Utica, Gloversville, Sidney, Watertown, Glens Falls, and Ogdensburg—all speakers in the data have EQ1 indices greater than or equal to 88.”

Should read:

“In the six communities on the left side of Figure 12—Utica, Gloversville, Sidney, Watertown, Glens Falls, and Ogdensburg—all speakers in the data have EQ1 indices greater than or equal to –88.”

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Aaron, J. Dinkin. 2013. Settlement patterns and the eastern boundary of the Northern Cities Shift. Journal of Linguistic Geography 1: 430, doi:10.1017/jlg.2013.2.Google Scholar
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