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Dialects of the United States on a Map

Can you name the different dialects of English (and German) spoken in the United States?
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Last updated: October 30, 2020
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First submittedOctober 29, 2020
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English
Alaska
Bonac
Boston Urban
Chicago Urban
Coastal Southern
Great Smoky Mountains
Gulf Southern
Gullah
Hawaii
Hudson Valley
Inland Northern
Louisiana
New England Eastern
New England Western
English
New York City
North Midland
Ocracoke
Ozark
Pacific Northwest
Pacific Southwest
Rocky Mountains
San Francisco Urban
South Midland
Southern Appalachian
Southwestern
Tidewater
Upper Midwestern
Virginia Piedmont
German
Pennsylvania German
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Level 61
Oct 29, 2020
New England East and West are reversed
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Level 84
Oct 30, 2020
"Ocracoke", "Coastal", "Appalachian"
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Level 84
Oct 30, 2020
I've lived in both the Ozarks and the Rocky Mountains, and this is the first time I've heard about an Ozark dialect or a Rocky Mountain dialect. (There is, however, a widely-recognized Utah dialect that didn't make the cut here.)
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Level 75
Oct 30, 2020
To me, they are all the same essentially. What is this based on?
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Level 55
Nov 9, 2020
You might want to fix alaska and hawaii, as they are not in the same projection as the rest of the map