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Monday, September 26, 2011

The Library of America Neologisms Contest – we have a winner!

Thank you to everyone who submitted entries to the Neologisms Contest we included as part of Patricia T. O’Conner’s wonderful guest blog post. We received more than a dozen responses with all correct answers on the first day of the contest.

The winner of the Grand Prize—the 12-volume Founding Fathers Library (a $440.00 value)—is John Latta from Ann Arbor, Michigan, who submitted the first entry with all of the correct answers.

Two contestants submitted perfect entries just minutes behind the winner. We deemed that heart-breaking and are recognizing their worthy efforts by awarding prizes to the two runners-up: both John Raimo from Mt. Arlington, New Jersey, and Thomas Cubbage from Arlington, Virginia, will receive the five-volume Founding Fathers Library .

Congratulations to our winners. You can find the answers to the quiz here.

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