Tue 24 June 2014, The Independent

Researchers race to save Missouri French, the dialect now spoken by just 30 people

By Heather Saul
History researchers are racing to save Missouri French, the dialect spoken fluently by less than 30 people in old mining towns, before the few remaining native speakers succumb to old age.
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