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F   FRENCH C, 'Who lived in suburbia? Surbiton in the second half of the 19th century.', Family and Community History (2007) 93–109.
  HUGHES J, MAURER-FAZIO M & ZHANG D, 'An ocean formed from one hundred rivers: the effects of ethnicity, gender, marriage, and location on labor force participation in urban China.', Feminist Economics (2007) 159–87.
  SMITH TB, 'Republicans, Catholics and social reform: Lyon 1870-1920.', French History (1998) 246-75.
  CARRETERO L & ZARETSKY RD, 'On the horns of a dilemma: Paris, Languedoc and the clash of civilizations in nineteenth-century France', French History (2002) 416-40
  EDELSTEIN M, '‘Laying the foundations for the regeneration of the Empire’: the first municipal elections in the biggest cities of France during the Revolution', French History (2003) 251-79
  GORDON D, 'Liberalism and socialism in the Nord: Eugene Mothe and Republican politics in Roubaix 1898-1912.', French History (1989) 312-43.
  DILLON P, 'Clubwomen and civic activism: Willie Lowry and Tampa's club movement.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1999) 429-44.
  MEYER J, 'Les difficultés du commerce franco-américain vues de Nantes 1776-1790.', French Historical Studies (1979) 159-83.
  LOATS CL, 'Gender, guilds, and work: identity perspectives from 16th century Paris.', French Historical Studies (1997) 15-30.
  FOURCAUT A, 'Les Premiers grands ensembles en region parisienne: Ne pas refaire la banlieue?', French Historical Studies (2004) 195-218
  FOSTER F, 'The hosiery trade in a Leicestershire village [19th cent].', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1973) 85-7.
  LILE E, 'Women and sport: Female student athletes at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth c.1880-1914', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies 1998-99 33-43
  BRAGAW DH, 'Status of negroes in a Southern port city in the Progressive Era: Pensacola [Fla] 1896-1920.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1973) 281-302.
  WATSON TD & WILSON S, 'A lost landmark revisited: the Panton House of Pensacola.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1981) .
  FAURE A, 'Paris: ‘gouffre de l’espece humaine’? (Paris: ‘abyss of the human race’?)', French Historical Studies (2004) 49-86
  POTOFSKY A, 'The construction of Paris and the crises of the ancien regime: the police and the people of the Parisian building sites, 1750-1789', French Historical Studies (2004) 9-48
  TSCHESCHLOK E, ''So goes the Negro': race and labor in Miami, 1940-1963.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1997) 42-67.
  BARTLEY AA, 'The 1960 and 1964 Jacksonville riots: how struggle led to progress', Florida Historical Quarterly (1999) 46-73
  BAILEY CR, 'Municipal colleges: small town secondary schools in France prior to the revolution.', French Historical Studies (1982) 351-76.
  BENEDICT P, 'More than market and manufactory: the cities of early modern France.', French Historical Studies (1997) 511-38.
  CARLOS AM & NEAL L, 'Women investors in early capital markets, 1720-1725', Financial History Review (2004) 197-224
  SCHOFIELD EM, 'Working class food and cooking in 1900.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1975) 13-23.
  NEWTON GP, 'Single storey cottages in West Yorkshire.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1976) 65-74.
  WILLIAMS GH, 'Probate records: a source for folk life studies.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1982) 7-15.
  CURTIS M, 'Zig Zag Zoo and other games: The oral tradition of children of Asian origin in Keighley, West Yorkshire', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies 1998-99 71-82
  ERASMUS TP, 'The Flint boroughs by-election of January 1913.', Flintshire Historical Society Journal 1983-84 193-6.
  CARTER J, 'What went wrong? The attempt to establish a Wesleyan day school in Wimborne minster in the 1880s.', Family and Community History (2007) 35–47.
  BOULTON J, 'Welfare systems and the parish nurse in early modern London, 1650–1725.', Family and Community History (2007) 127–51.
  GROSSE T, ''Those blessed candles of the night': candle making in Farnham.', Farnham and District Museum Society Newsletter (1982) 168-70.
  WATSON T, 'Friends at court: the correspondence of the Lyon city council, c.1525-1575', French History (1999) 280-302
  HENTSCHEL K & A, 'An engraver in nineteenth-century Paris: the career of Pierre Dulos', French History (2001) 64-102
  NEWALL V, 'The Allendale fire festival in relation to its contemporary social setting.', Folklore (1974) 93-103.
  CARROLL MP, ''The castrated boy': another contribution to the psychoanalytic study of urban legends.', Folklore (1987) 216-25.
  KING S, 'Charity and community: lessons from Oxford', Family and Community History (2004) 33-43
  BIDDLE R, 'From optimism to anger: Reading and the local consequences arising from the Hospital Plan for England and Wales 1962.', Family and Community History (2007) 5–18.
  KING S, 'Regional patterns in the experiences and treatment of the sick poor, 1800–40: rights, obligations and duties in the rhetoric of paupers.', Family and Community History (2007) 61–75.
  MESSMER C, 'Louisville on the eve of the Civil War, Part I 1860: year of activity.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1976) .
  GUETHLEIN C, 'Women in Louisville: moving toward equal rights.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1981) 151-78.
  MERSON RA, 'The bailiffs of the borough of Farnham.', Farnham and District Museum Society Newsletter (1979) 160-3.
  MCMAHON DM, 'The birthplace of the revolution: public space and political community in the Palais-Royal of Louis-Philippe-Joseph d'Orleans, 1781-1789.', French History (1996) 1-29.
  HUNTER V, 'The Athenian widow and her kin.', French History (1989) 291-312.
  RAMBEAUD P, 'The refugees in La Rochelle during the third War of Religion 1568-1570', French History (2000) 1-12
  PEREZ LA, 'Reminiscences of a lector: Cuban cigar workers in Tampa.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1975) .
  MOHL RA, 'Miami's metropolitan government: retrospect and prospect.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1984) 24-50.
  McGOVERN JR, 'Pensacola, Florida: a military city in the new South.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1980) .
  GUEST AM, 'What we can learn about fertility transitions from the New York State Census of 1865.', French History (1990) 49-70.
  SIBALIS MD, 'The mutual aid societies of Paris 1789-1848.', French History (1989) 1-31.
  KAPLAN SL, 'Lean years, fat years: the 'community' granary system and the search for abundance in eighteenth century Paris.', French Historical Studies (1977) 197-230.
  ADAMS C, 'Constructing mothers and families: The Society for Maternal Charity of Bordeaux, 1805-1860', French Historical Studies (1999) 65-86
  HUNT LA, 'Local elites at the end of the Old Regime: Troyes and Reims 1750-1789.', French Historical Studies (1976) 379-99.
  WILLIAMS MA, 'Aspects of women’s working lives in the mining communities of south Wales, c.1891-1939', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies 1998-99 56-70
  KALIFA D & ANDREOLI M, 'Crime scenes: criminal topography and social imaginary in nineteenth century Paris', French Historical Studies (2004) 175-94
  PRUITT DC, '‘The opposition of the law to the law’: race, slavery, and the law in Nantes, 1715–1778.', French Historical Studies (2007) 147–74.
  BENEDICT P, 'Catholics and Huguenots in sixteenth century Rouen: the demographic effects of the religious wars.', French Historical Studies (1975) 209-34.
  BURROWS J, 'Penny pleasures II: indecency, anarchy and junk film in London’s ‘Nickelodeons’, 1906-1914', Film History (2004) 172-97
  SZASZ MC, 'Albuquerque congregationalists and southwestern social reform 1900-1917.', Folklore (1982) 164-5.
  STEWART J, 'John Ryle, the Institute of Social Medicine and the health of Oxford students', Family and Community History (2004) 59-71
  MESSMER CK, 'The end of an era: Louisville in 1865.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1980) .
  TAYLOR SMITH D, 'The local penny post of Farnham.', Farnham and District Museum Society Newsletter (1981) 24-8.
  LEPPEL K, 'Home-ownership among opposite- and same-sex couples in the US.', Feminist Economics (2007) 1–30.
  PETERSON SM, 'The social origins of royalist political violence in Directorial Bordeaux.', French History (1996) 56-87.
  MELLAERTS W, 'In the shadow of justice: Popular uses of the law in urban Normandy, c.1880-1905', French History (2000) 174-200
  GROGAN S, 'Philanthropic women and the state: The Société de Charité Maternelle in Avignon, 1802-1917', French History (2000) 295-321
  MCHUGH TJ, 'The Hôpital Général, the Parisian elites and crown social policy during the reign of Louis XIV', French History (2001) 235-53
  ROBINSON P, 'Urban vernacular housing in Newtonards, County Down.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1979) 20-38.
  BARKE M, 'Weavers' cottages in the Huddersfield area: a preliminary survey.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1979) 49-59.
  EISTERHOLD JA, 'Lumber and trade in Pensacola and West Florida 1800-1860.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1973) 267-80.
  BAR-NAVI E, 'La ligue Parisienne (1585-94): ancêtre des partis totalitaires modernes?', French Historical Studies (1979) 29-57
  McBRIDE TM, 'A woman's world: department stores and the evolution of women's employment 1870-1920.', French Historical Studies (1978) 664-83.
  WRIGHT G, 'The anti-Commune: Paris 1871.', French Historical Studies (1977) 149-72.
  SHERIDAN GJ, 'The political economy of artisan industry: government and the people in the silk trade of Lyon 1830-1870.', French Historical Studies (1979) 215-38.
  BOXER M, 'Women in industrial homework: the flower makers of Paris in the belle epoque.', French Historical Studies (1982) 401-23.
  TOMKINS A, 'Almshouse versus workhouse: residential welfare in eighteenth century Oxford', Family and Community History (2004) 45-58
  VICKERY AR & VICKERY ME, 'Chinese New Year celebrations in London 1971-1973.', Folklore (1974) 43-5.
  CROOKS JB, 'Jacksonville before consolidation [1960s].', Florida Historical Quarterly (1998) 141-62.
  HOLZNER L, 'Containing the metropolis and saving downtown: the case of Munich.', French Historical Studies (1978) 572-98.
  CARROLL S, 'The revolt of Paris, 1588: aristocratic insurgency and the mobilization of popular support', French Historical Studies (2000) 301-339
  PUGH WJ, 'Social welfare and the Edict of Nantes: Lyon and Nimes.', French Historical Studies (1974) 349-76.
  LAFFEY JF, 'Municipal imperialism in decline: the Lyon Chamber of Commerce, 1925-1938.', French Historical Studies (1975) 329-53.
  COHEN E, 'Patterns of crime in fourteenth century Paris.', French Historical Studies (1980) 307-27.
  WILLIAMS DAVIES J, 'Merched y Gerddi: a seasonal migration of female labour from rural Wales.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1977) 12-23.
  FRENCH C, 'Infant mortality in Asylum Road, Kingston upon Thames, 1872-1911: an exercise in micro-history', Family and Community History (2004) 141-55
  GWINN EO, 'The Liederkranz in Louisville 1877-1959.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1981) 40-59.
  MEANEY RJ, 'Louisville scenes: the autobiography of Father Richard J Meaney.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1982) 170-80.
  STOCK-MORTON P, 'Secularism and women's education: the case of the Ecole professionnelle de jeunes filles of Marseilles.', French History (1996) 355-74.
  BREEN MP, 'Law, patronage, and municipal authority in seventeenth century France: the aftermath of the Lanturelu revolt in Dijon', French History (2006) 138-60
  HEYWOOD C, 'Innocence and experience: sexuality among young people in modern France, c. 1750–1950.', French History (2007) 44–64.
  CUBITT G, 'Martyrs of charity, heroes of solidarity: Catholic and republican responses to the fire at the Bazar de la Charité, Paris, 1897.', French History (2007) 331–52.
  SPICER A, '(Re)building the sacred landscape: Orléans, 1560–1610.', French History (2007) 247–68.
  O'DOWD A, ''Sweeten that to your liking' - Irish seasonal workers in fact and fiction.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1982) 76-90.
  BURNETT J, 'From the byre to the bacteriologist: the milk supply of an industrial city (Glasgow 1820-1960)', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies 2001-2002 39-53
  HUTTON PH, 'The impact of the Boulangist crisis upon the Guesdist party at Bordeaux.', French Historical Studies (1971) 226-44.
  BORITCH H, 'The criminal class revisited: recidivism and punishment in Ontario, 1871-1920', Film History (2005) 217-33
  WILLIAMS AN, 'Eighteenth-century child health care in a Northampton infirmary: a provincial English hospital.', Family and Community History (2007) 153–66.
  ELLIS WE, 'Tenement house reform: another episode in Kentucky progressivism.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1981) 375-82.
  STEPHANIDES M, 'The Greek community in Louisville.', Filson Club Historical Quarterly (1981) 5-26.
  ANDRESS D, 'Economic dislocation and social discontent in the French Revolution: survival in Paris in the era of the flight to Varennes.', French History (1996) 30-55.
  BERNSTEIN HJ, 'The ‘bourgeoisie seconde’, the Catholic League and urban society', French History (2003) 342-51
  LESTER GA, 'Cecil Sharp and the Handsworth sword dancers 1913-24.', Folklore (1988) 110-23.
  EADES JF, 'City planning in West Palm Beach during the 1920s.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1997) 276-88.
  MAHLER J, 'Ladies and gentlemen, the Bronx is burning: 1977, baseball, politics, and the battle for the soul of a city', Florida Historical Quarterly (2005) 79-99
  FARR JR, 'Popular religious solidarity in sixteenth-century Dijon.', French Historical Studies (1985) 192-214.
  HAFTER DM, 'Female masters in the ribbonmaking guild of 18th century Rouen.', French Historical Studies (1997) 1-14.
  SMITH DK, 'Learning politics: The Nîmes Hosiery Guild and the statutes controversy of 1706-1712', French Historical Studies (1999) 493-534
  JOHNSON S, 'The Spanish St Augustine community 1784-1795: a re-evaluation.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1989) 27-54.
  CATTELONA G, 'Control and collaboration: the role of women in regulating female sexual behavior in early modern Marseille', French Historical Studies (1993) 13-33.
  THOMPSON VE, 'Urban renovation, moral regeneration - domesticating les Halles in 2nd Empire Paris.', French Historical Studies (1997) 87-109.
  HANNA M, 'French women and American men: ‘Foreign’ students at the University of Paris 1915-1925', French Historical Studies (1999) 87-112
  JORDAN DP, 'Haussmann and ‘Hausmannisiation’: the legacy for Paris', French Historical Studies (2004) 87-113
  ROTHENBACHER F, 'The European population since 1945', French Historical Studies (2005) 329-58
  VILES P, 'The slaving interest in the Atlantic ports 1763-1792 [France].', French Historical Studies (1972) 529-43.
  O'BRIEN P, 'L'embastillement de Paris: the fortification of Paris during the July Monarchy.', French Historical Studies (1975) 63-82.
  NEWALL V, 'Black Britain: the Jamaicans and their folklore.', Folklore (1975) 25-41.
  WALSH M, 'Municipal records and local history in Windsor [Ont.].', Families (1985) 209-15.
  MILLS D, 'Defining community: a critical review of ‘community’ in family and community history', Family and Community History (2004) 5-12
  LEE D & KELLY B eds, , Fas (1996) pp 199
  BAIGENT P & RUEGG R, 'Pauperism or emigration? Case studies of publicly-backed emigration schemes in Woolwich, Kent, 1857 and 1869–70.', Family and Community History (2007) 19–33.
  DALE P & MILLS C, 'Revealing and concealing personal and social problems: family coping strategies and a new engagement with officials and welfare agencies c. 1900–12.', Family and Community History (2007) 111–25.
  KING S, 'Pauper letters as a source.', Family and Community History (2007) 167–70.
  FULLER R, 'Belle epoque French nationalism: The case of Rouen', French History (1999) 26-47
  BROOMHALL S, 'Understanding household limitation strategies amongst the sixteenth century urban poor in France', French History (2006) 121-37
  PAMUK S, 'The evolution of financial institutions in the Ottoman Empire, 1600-1914', Financial History Review (2004) 7-32
  CROOKS JB, 'Changing face of Jacksonville, Florida, 1900-1910.', Fla HQ (1984) 439-63.
  BATER JH, 'Modernisation and public health in St Petersburg 1890-1914.', Forschungen zur Osteuropäischen Geschichte (1984) 253-69.
  VICKERY AR & VICKERY ME, 'Grottoing at Margate.', Folklore (1979) 22-4.
  VICKERY ME & VICKERY AR, 'Grottoing revived.', Folklore (1980) 129.0
  GIBSON JSW, 'The hearth tax, other late Stuart tax lists and the Association Oath Rolls.', Federation of Family History Society Publications (1985) pp 60
  ERICSSON T, 'Kinship and sociability: urban shopkeepers in 19th century Sweden.', French History (1989) 229-40.
  DESCIMON R, 'The ‘bourgeoisie seconde’: social differentiation in the Parisian municipal oligarchy in the sixteenth century, 1500-1610', French History (2003) 388-424
  BROOMHALL S, 'Poverty, gender and incarceration in sixteenth century Paris', French History (2004) 1-24
  BAUER R, 'Sarasota: hardship and tourism in the 1930s.', Florida Historical Quarterly (1997) 135-51.
  SHELL-WEISS M & DAVIS JE, 'Coming north to the South: migration, labour and city building in twentieth-century Miami', Florida Historical Quarterly (2005) 42-61
  DONOVAN JM, 'The uprooting theory of crime and the Corsicans of Manseille 1825-80.', French Historical Studies (1984) 500-28.
  REYERSON KL, 'Flight from Persecution: The Search for Religious Asylum in Medieval Montpellier.', French Historical Studies (1993) 603-626.
  MOCH LP & FUCHS RG, 'Getting along: poor women's networks in nineteenth-century Paris.', French Historical Studies (1993) 34-49.
  SCHWARTZ VR, 'Museums and mass spectacle: the Musee Grevin as a monument to modem life.', French Historical Studies (1996) 7-26.
  FOURCAUT A, 'Les premiers grands ensembles en region Parisienne: ne pas refaire la banlieue? (The first grand ensembles in the Paris region: or, how to avoid suburbanization)', French Historical Studies (2004) 195-218
  BRUNSKILL RW, 'Traditional domestic architecture of south west Lancashire.', Folk Life – Journal of Ethnological Studies (1977) 65-80.
  DARROW MH, 'In the land of Joan of Arc: the civic education of girls and the prospect of war in France, 1871–1914.', French Historical Studies (2008) 263–91.
  KILDAY A-M & WATSON KD, 'Infanticide, religion and community in the British Isles, 1720–1920.', Family and Community History (2008) 84–99.
  KILDAY A-M, '‘Monsters of the vilest kind’: infanticidal women and attitudes to their criminality in eighteenth-century Scotland.', Family and Community History (2008) 100–15.
  IWAMA T, 'Voluntary societies and the urban local community: a case study of the Halifax Mechanics’ Institution.', Family and Community History (2008) 17–25.
  OTT S, 'The informer, the lover and the gift giver: female collaborators in Pau 1940–1946.', French History (2008) 94–114.
  PRESSER HB & YI H-Y, 'Women's gender-type occupational mobility in Puerto Rico, 1950–80.', Feminist Economics (2008) 89–114.
  DALE P, 'The Bridgwater Infant Welfare Centre, 1922–1939: from an authoritarian concern with ‘welfare mothers’ to a more inclusive community health project?', Family and Community History (2008) 69–83.
  BODENHORN H, 'Free banking and bank entry in nineteenth-century New York.', Financial History Review (2008) 175–201.
  TINGLE EC, 'The conversion of infidels and heretics: baptism and confessional allegiance in Nantes during the early wars of religion (1550–1570).', French History (2008) 255–74.
  WEBSTER P, 'Beauty, utility and Christian civilisation: war memorials and the Church of England, 1940–47.', FMLS (2008) 199–211.
  GRAY DD, 'The people's courts? Summary justice and social relations in the City of London, c.1760–1800.', Family and Community History (2008) 7–15.
  BURSON JD,, 'Theological renewal and Enlightenment confrontations at the Sorbonne (c.1730–1750).', French History (2009). 467–90.
  BASTEN S & GOOSE N,, 'Almshouse residency in nineteenth-century England: an interim report.', Family and Community History (2009). 65–76.
  SAUNIER P-Y & TOURNÈS L,, 'Philanthropies croisées: a joint venture in public health at Lyon (1917–1940).', French History (2009). 216–40.
  GIBBONS K,, '‘A reserved place’? English Catholic exiles and contested space in late-sixteenth-century Paris.', French Historical Studies (2009). 33–62.
  BIDDLE R,, 'Naval shipbuilding and the health of dockworkers c.1815–1871.', Family and Community History (2009). 107–16.
  HART R,, 'Weavers of profit: terminating building societies in Lancashire, 1780–1840.', Financial History Review (2009). 27–45.
  GOSLING GC & SOANES S,, 'Healthcare and the community in modern Britain.', Family and Community History (2009). 101–6.
  SOANES S,, 'Reforming asylums, reforming public attitudes: J.R. Lord and Montagu Lomax's representations of mental hospitals and the community, 1921–1931.', Family and Community History (2009). 117–29.
  KITSON S,, 'The Marseille police and the German forced labour draft (1943–1944).', French History (2009). 241–60.
  SKINNER A,, 'Unearthing the past: an exploration into the people behind the development of a Victorian suburb.', Family and Community History (2009). 84–100.
  LEIVERS C,, 'The provision of allotments in Derbyshire industrial communities.', Family and Community History (2009). 51–64.
  CLARKE D,, 'Charles X's residence at the palace of Holyroodhouse 1830–32: an inventory of furniture.', FurH (2009). 193–294.
  WILMOT-SITWELL C,, 'The inventory of 19 Arlington Street, 12 May 1768.', FurH (2009). 73–99.
  RULOF B,, 'Wine, friends and royalist popular politics: legitimist associations in mid-nineteenth-century France.', French History (2009). 360–82.
  MERRICK LA,, '‘In need of care and attention’. Local authorities and the implementation of the Scottish NHS Act, 1948–1960.', Family and Community History (2009). 130–45.
  SEAL C, 'Workhouse populations in the Cheltenham and Belper Unions : A study based on the census enumerators' books, 1851-1911', Family and Community History (2010) 83-100.
  TAYLOR SJ, ''All his ways are those of an idiot': the admission, treatment of and social reaction to two 'idiot' children of the Northampton pauper lunatic asylum, 1877-1883', Family and Community History (2012) 34-43.2 Population, 18 Medicine
  CULLEN L, 'Patient case records in medical and family history: examining the records of the Royal Free Hospital', Family and Community History (2012) 3-14.2 Population, 18 Medicine
  BAILEY C, ''I'd heard it was such a grand place': mid-nineteenth century internal migration to London', Family and Community History (2011) 121-40.2 Population, 19 Migration to, from and between towns, Modern (1840-1860)
  HOLLAND L, 'A family affair: a nineteenth century tale of one family and its business', Family and Community History (2011) 24-40.2 Population, 20 Family and household structure, Stafford (Staffs.) pharmacy; public health; medical practice
  FRENCH C, 'The good life in Victorian and Edwardian Surbiton: creating a suburban community Before 1914', Family and Community History (2011) 105-20.8 Shaping the urban environment, 71 Utopian planning and experiments, Surbiton; London Middle classes
  NEGRINE A, 'The Treatment of Sick Children in the Workhouse by the Leicester Poor Law Union, 1867-1914', Family and Community History (2010) 34-44.
  LERUD TK, 'The procession and the play: some light on fifteenth-century drama in Chester', FCS (2011) 65-84.9 Urban culture, 74 Urban culture and entertainment, Chester Early modern (1400-1500) religious drama
  JAEGER CS, 'Urbs ohne urbanitas: die Londoner stadtbeschreibung von William Fitzstephan, eine adelsutopie', FS (2012) 309-27.1 General, 13 Literary portrayals and personal reminiscences
  SELGIN GA, 'Those dishonest goldsmiths', Financial History Review (2012) 269-88.5 Economic Activity, 38 Urban economic activity
  MURPHY N, 'Between France, England and Burgundy: Amiens under the Lancastrian dual monarchy, 1422–35', French History (2012) 143-63.5 Economic Activity, 38 Urban economic activity
  GLEDHILL J, 'Coming of age in uniform : The Foundling Hospital and British army bands in the twentieth century', Family and Community History (2010) 114-27.
  HARMON CC, ''Anarchism and fire': what we can learn from Sidney Street', FHCCS (2011) 34-35.4 Social structure, 32 Social problems and deviance, London Modern (1911) violence; anarchism; crime + disorder
  PALMER D, 'Minding histories: exploring early experiences of migration, settlement and wellbeing through life histories of migrants residing in the London borough of Bexley', Family and Community History (2012) 44-60.2 Population, 19 Migration to, from and between towns
  LEVENE A, REINARZ J & WILLIAMS AN, 'Child patients, hospitals and the home in eighteenth-century England', Family and Community History (2012) 15-33.2 Population, 18 Medicine
  BARTON A, 'A woman's place: uncovering maternalistic forms of governance in the nineteenth century reformatory', Family and Community History (2011) 89-104.4 Social structure, 36 Gender, Liverpool Moderb (1822-45)
  HOLLAND L, 'A family affair: a nineteenth century tale of one family and its business', Family and Community History (2011) 24-40.5 Economic Activity, 38 Urban economic activity,
  ATKINSON P, '"Isn't it time you were finishing?": women's labor force participation and childbearing in England, 1860–1920', FmE (2012) 145-64.4 Social structure, 36 Gender
  CROMBIE L, 'French and Flemish urban festive networks: archery and crossbow competitions attended and hosted by Tournai in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries', French History (2013) 157-75.4 Social structure, 31 Recreation,
  PRAKASH A, 'Colonial techniques in the imperial capital: the prefecture of police and the surveillance of North Africans in Paris, 1925-circa 1970', French Historical Studies (2013) 479-510.4 Social structure, 34 Minority groups,
  MICHELETTO BZ, 'Reconsidering women's labor force participation rates in eighteenth-century Turin', FmE (2013) 200-23.4 Social structure, 36 Gender,
  MUKHERJEE SS, 'Women's empowerment and gender bias in the birth and survival of girls in urban India', FmE (2013) 1-28.4 Social structure, 36 Gender,
  KABEER N & KHAN A, 'Cultural values or universal rights? Women's narratives of compliance and contestation in urban Afghanistan', FmE (2014) 1-24.4 Social structure, 36 Gender
  TOPLIS A, ''...[No] spot in the whole world offers the advantages to the capitalist which these colonies do...': setting up a draper's shop in Van Diemen's land during the 1830s', Family and Community History (2013) 113-27.5 Economic Activity, 51 Retailing, Hobart (Tasmania)
  MCLAUGHLIN E, 'An experiment in banking the poor: the Irish Mont-de-Piété, c. 1830–1850', Financial History Review (2013) 49-72.5 Economic Activity, 52 Finance, banking and industry, Dublin Cork Limerick
  ROSS DM, 'Savings bank depositors in a crisis: Glasgow 1847 and 1857', Financial History Review (2013) 183-208.5 Economic Activity, 52 Finance, banking and industry,
  FARMER S, 'Medieval Paris and the Mediterranean: the evidence from the silk industry', French Historical Studies (2014) 383-419.5 Economic Activity, 40 External trade
  SMITH V, '‘Barbed Wire Island’: Sheppey and the defended ports of the Thames and Medway during the first world war', Folklore (2014) 141-75.1 General, 11 History, growth and fortunes of individual towns
  RABINOVITCH O, 'Versailles as a family enterprise: the Perraults, 1660-1700', French Historical Studies (2013) 385-416.1 General, 11 History, growth and fortunes of individual town,
  BOULTON J & SCHWARZ L, 'The medicalisation of a parish workhouse in Georgian Westminster: St Martin in the Fields, 1725-1824', Family and Community History (2014) 122-40.2 Population, 18 Medicine
  MORRIS R, 'The mayor of Northampton's fund for the housebound and the poor children's Christmas dinner fund', Family and Community History (2014) 3-20.7 Politics and Administration, 69 Aspects of urban administration
  LE ROUX T, 'Les effondrements de carrières de Paris: La grande réforme des années 1770', French Historical Studies (2013) 205-37.8 Shaping the urban environment, 70 Town planning (and environmental control),
  BURGESS G, 'The foreign presence in the early-industrial Haut-Rhin, 1820–22: a short history from the ‘pre-history’ of immigration to France', French History (2014) 366-84.2 Population, 19 Migration to, from and between towns
  SILVER K, 'The peasants of Paris: Limousin migrant masons in the nineteenth century', French History (2014) 498-519.2 Population, 19 Migration to, from and between towns
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