Supplemental Table 1: Data from Using features of a Creole language to reconstruct population history and cultural evolution: tracing the English origins of Sranan

André C. Sherriah, Hubert Devonish, Ewart A. C. Thomas & Nicole Creanza
Creole languages are formed in conditions where speakers from distinct languages are brought together without a shared first language, typically under the domination of speakers from one of the languages and particularly in the context of the transatlantic slave trade and European colonialism. One such Creole in Suriname, Sranan, developed around the mid-seventeenth century, primarily out of contact between varieties of English from England, spoken by the dominant group, and multiple West African languages. The...
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