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N   SPARR A, 'Looking for Rosie: women defense yard workers in the Brooklyn navy yard', New York History (2000) 313-40
  NAISH PD, 'Fantasia Bronxiana: Freedomland and Co-op City', New York History (2001) 259-99
  BEWLEY MR, 'The new world in unity: Pan-America visualized at Buffalo in 1901', New York History (2003) 179-204
  JACKSON D, '‘A cultural stronghold’: The Anglo-African newspaper and the black community of New York', New York History (2004) 331-57
  WEINBAUM PO, 'Temperance, politics and the New York City riots of 1857.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1975) 246-70.
  STEWART IR, 'Politics and the park: the fight for Central Park.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1977) 124-55.
  CAPECI DJ, 'Fiorello H. La Guardia and the Stuyvesant town controversy of 1943.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1978) 289-310.
  LEONARD IM, 'The politics of charter revision in New York City 1845-1847.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1978) 43-70.
  ROCK HB, 'A delicate balance: the mechanics and the city in the age of Jefferson.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1980) 93-114.
  CAPECI DJ, 'Fiorella H. La Guardia and the Harlem 'crime wave' of 1941.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1980) 7-30.
  CAPECI DJ, 'Fiorello H. La Guardia and the Harlem 'crime wave' of 1941.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1980) 7-30.
  CURSON PH, 'Auckland in 1842.', New Zealand Geographer (1974) 107-28.
  ETHERIDGE R, 'Nineteenth-century Northampton. The nature of the new police, change and power', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1995) 175-190.
  JENKINS HJK, 'Ships at Peterborough: efforts to create an inland port, c.1850-1950.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1995) 147-157.
  BROWN PS & BROWN DN, 'Friendly societies in nineteenth-century Weston-super Mare: Affiliated orders', Notes and Queries (1999) 304-309
  HARVEY JH, 'Beckingham in the later fourteenth-century', Notes and Queries (1993) 222-6
  VANDER MOTTEN JP & DAEMEN-DE-GELDER K, 'A fracas in the Restoration Playhouse?', Notes and Queries (2004) 371-3
  DUDLEY S, 'Walking through the nightscapes of Bogata.', NACLA Report on the Americas (1998) 10-14.
  PALLISER DM & PINNOCK AC, 'The markets of medieval Staffordshire.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1971) 49-64
  LOWE RA, 'Mutual improvement in the Potteries.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1972) 75-82
  PALLISER DM, 'The boroughs of medieval Staffordshire.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1972) 63-74.
  ROSS DR, 'Beer and synergism: a tale of two cities.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1976) 57 -72.
  TOGNETTI S, '"Fra li compagni palesi et li ladri occulti": banchieri Senesi del quattrocentro (“Among the apparent companions and hidden thieves”: Sienese bankers in the fifteenth century)', Nuova Rivista Storica (2004) 27-102
  GOODFRIEND JD, 'Burghers and blacks: the evolution of a slave society at New Amsterdam.', New York History (1978) 125-44.
  WILKENFELD BM, 'New York City neighbourhoods 1730.', New York History (1976) 165-182.
  SELLER M, 'The education of immigrant children in Buffalo, New York 1890-1916.', New York History (1976) 183-200.
  JORDAN JP, 'Women merchants in colonial New York.', New York History (1977) 412-39.
  KLEIN MM, 'An experiment that failed: General James Robertson and civil government in British New York 1779-1783.', New York History (1980) 229-54.
  BRANDOW JC, 'A visit to New York and Long Island in 1837: The Journal of Nathaniel TW Carrington.', New York History (1986) 23-38.
  MCSEVENEY ST, 'Revenge for the carpetbaggers: a note on ex-confederates in New York City politics after the Civil War', New York History (1992)
  STOWELL DO, 'Albany's Great Strike of 1877.', New York History (1995) 31-56.
  BAKER M, 'St John's municipal politics, 1902-1914.', Newfoundland Quarterly (1983) 23-30.
  BORCHERT J, 'Alley life in Washington: family, community, religion and folklife in the city 1850-1970.', New England Quarterly (1978) 333-47.
  GUILBERT J, 'Something that loves a wall: the Yale University Campus, 1850-1920', New England Quarterly (1995) 257-77.
  GUILBERT J, 'Something that loves a wall: the Yale University Campus, 1850-1920.', New England Quarterly (1995) 257-77.
  KIDD TS, '‘Let hell and Rome do their worst’: World news, anti-Catholicism, and international protestantism in early-eighteenth-century Boston', New England Quarterly (2003) 265-90
  KLEIN NM, 'The politics of scripted places: Las Vegas and Reno.', Nevada Historical Society Quarterly (1997) 151-99.
  WILLIAMS JH, 'Northampton's medieval parishes.', Northamptonshire Archaeology (1982) 74-84.
  JENSEN RE, 'Bellevue: the first twenty years 1822-1842.', Nebraska History (1975) .
  MORRIS RA, 'Classical vision and the American city: Henry James' The Bostonians.', New England Quarterly (1973) 545-57.
  MARCHIONE WP, 'The 1949 Boston charter reform.', New England Quarterly (1976) 373-98.
  SILVERMAN RA, 'Nathan Matthews. Politics of reform in Boston 1890-1910.', New England Quarterly (1977) 626-43.
  BINNS J, 'Sir John Lawson: Scarborough's Admiral of the Red [Scarborough in the English Civil War].', Northern History (1996) 90-110.
  BEAVEN B & THOMS D, 'The Blitz and civilian morale in three northern cities, 1940-1942 [Liverpool, Manchester, Hull].', Northern History (1996) 195-203.
  OATES JD, 'Jacobitism and popular disturbances in northern England, 1714-1719', Northern History (2004) 111-128
  BULLOCK I, 'The origins of economic growth on Teesside 1851-81.', Northern History (1974) 79-95.
  PERRY M, 'The Jarrow crusade’s return: The ‘New Labour Party’ of Jarrow and Ellen Wilkinson M.P.', NH XXXIX (2002) 265-78
  PRICE C, 'The political genesis of air raid precautions and the York raid of 1942', NH XXXVI (2000) 299-317
  TOBIN EM, 'The progressive as humanitarian: Jersey City's search for social justice, 1890-1917.', New Jersey History (1975) .
  RALPH RM, 'The city and the church: Catholic beginnings in Newark 1840-1870.', New Jersey History (1978) 105-19.
  FOGELSON N, 'They paved the streets with silk: Paterson, New Jersey silk workers, 1913-1924.', New Jersey History (1979) 133-48.
  CREW S, 'Black New Jersey before the Civil War: two case studies.', New Jersey History (1981) 67-86.
  FRICK JW, 'The ‘wicked city’ motif on the American stage before the Civil War', New Theatre Quarterly (2004) 19-27
  KOMOR V, 'Rooms of silver, rooms of chrome: New York interiors photographed by Mattie Edwards Hewitt', New York Journal of American History (2004) 80-101
  BERESFORD MW, 'Leeds in 1628: a 'ridinge observation' from the City of London.', Northern History (1975) 126-40.
  JALLAND P, 'The 'revolution' in northern borough representation in mid-fifteenth century England.', Northern History (1976) 27-51.
  CROMAR P, 'The coal industry on Tyneside 1715-60.', Northern History (1978) 193-207.
  ELLIS J, 'A bold adventurer: the business fortunes of William Cotesworth, c.1668-1726.', Northern History (1981) 117-32.
  O'NEILL CF, 'The 'contest for dominion': political conflict and the decline of the Lowther interest in Whitehaven 1820-1900.', Northern History (1982) 133-52.
  DOBSON RB, 'Cathedral chapters and cathedral cities: York, Durham and Carlisle in the fifteenth century.', Northern History (1983) 15-44.
  SILL M, 'Land ownership and industry: the East Durham coalfield in the nineteenth century.', Northern History (1984) 146-66.
  CALLCOTT M, 'The challenge of cholera: the last epidemic at Newcastle upon Tyne.', Northern History (1984) 167-86.
  CHALLIS CE, 'Controlling the standard York and the company of Goldsmiths in later Tudor and early Stuart England', Northern History (1995) 123-137.
  CARTER A et al, 'Excavations in Norwich 1972-73. The Norwich survey.', Norfolk Archaeology (1973) 443-68; 36
  ROBERTS JP et al, 'Excavations in Norwich, 1974. The Norwich survey: fourth interim report.', Norfolk Archaeology (1975) 99-110.
  LEVINE GJ, 'More Norwich goldsmiths' wills.', Norfolk Archaeology 1978-80 208-11.
  ABERTH J, 'A medieval Norwich feud: the bitter dispute between Richard Spynk and Thomas De Lisle, bishop of Ely', Norfolk Archaeology (1992)
  FONE J F, 'The naval yard at Yarmouth in the Napoleonic Wars', Norfolk Archaeology (1992)
  BAMFORD HM, 'Briar Hill neolithic causewayed enclosure.', Northamptonshire Archaeology (1979) 3-9.
  SARTAIN L, 'We are but Americans: Miss Georgia M Johnson and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Alexandria, Louisiana, 1941-1946', North Louisiana History (2004) 108-34
  HOWARTH J, 'Politics and society in late Victorian Northamptonshire.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1966-71 269-74.
  WHITMORE R, 'The Northampton women’s social and political union, 1912-1914', Northamptonshire Past and Present (2002) 65-72
  DYER AD, 'Northampton in 1524.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1979) 73-80.
  HART C, 'The Peterborough region in the tenth century: a topographical survey.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1981-82 243-5.
  DICKIE M, 'Liberals, Radicals and Socialists in Northampton before the Great War.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1983-84 51-4.
  SHEARING DK, 'The King's scholars of Peterborough cathedral grammar school 1561-1733.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1988-89 pp 381-95.
  BATES DL, 'All manner of natural knowledge: the Northampton philosophical society', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1993) 363-377.
  JEFFE ER, 'Hamilton’s physician: David Hosack, Renaissance man of early New York', New York Journal of American History (2004) 54-8
  MCCAUGHEY RA, 'The education of Alexander Hamilton', New York Journal of American History (2004) 25-31
  ROWE DJ, 'Bibliographic survey of 19th century development of Tyneside.', Northern History (1971) .
  BRIGGS A, 'Local and regional in northern sound broadcasting.', Northern History (1975) 165-87.
  WALTON JK & McGLOIN PR, 'The tourist trade in Victorian Lakeland.', Northern History (1981) 153-82.
  MARSHALL JE, 'The rise and transformation of the Cumbrian market town.', Northern History (1983) 128-209.
  MORRISH PS, 'Church attendance at Ripon in 1891: a contemporary assessment.', Northern History (1984) 217-23.
  WILSON RG, 'Merchants and land: the Ibbetsons of Leeds and Denton 1650-1850.', Northern History (1988) 75-100.
  MANAI MA, 'Influence, corruption and electoral behavoiur in the mid nineteenth-century. A case study of Lancaster 1847-1865', Northern History (1993) 154-64
  SANDERSON M, 'Social change and elementary education in industrial Lancashire 1780-1840.', Northern History (1968) 131-154.
  WHALEN CT & VÁZQUEZ-HERNÁNDEZ V ed, 'The Puerto Rican diaspora: historical perspectives', Nineteenth Century Contexts (2005)
  SIEGEL A, 'Brothels, bets and bars: popular literature as guidebook to the urban underground 1840-1870.', North Dakota Quarterly (1976) .
  JENNINGS H, 'Grand opera in Nebraska in the 1890s.', Nebraska History (1997) 2-13.
  HARPER GW, 'Clericalism and revival: the Great Awakening in Boston as a pastoral phenomenon.', New England Quarterly (1984) 554-66.
  HANDLIN L, 'Dissent in a small community.', New England Quarterly (1985) 193-220.
  MEAGHER TJ, ''Why should we care for a little trouble or a walk through the mud': St Patrick's and Columbus Day parades in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1845-1915.', New England Quarterly (1985) 5-26.
  BREEN LA, 'Religions radicalism in the puritan officer corps: heterodoxy, the artillery company, and cultural integration in seventeenth-century Boston', New England Quarterly (1995) 3-43.
  BENJAMIN W, 'Paris - capital of the 19th century.', New Left Review (1968) 77-88.
  BOWERS B, 'Britain lights up - a century ago.', New Scientist (1981) 730-2.
  TILL N, '‘First class evening entertainments’: spectacle and social control in a mid-Victorian music hall', New Theatre Quarterly (2004) 3-18
  SHERWOOD M, 'Manchester, Liverpool and slavery.', North West Labour History Journal (2007–8) 16–22.
  HOSKIN PM, 'The accounts of the medieval paternoster gild of York.', Northern History (2007) 7–33.
  BROOKER K, 'The Northampton shoemaker's reaction to industrialisation: some thoughts.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1980) 151-9.
  LAWES J, 'Voluntary schools and basic education in Northampton 1800-1871.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1979) 85-91.
  FOULKES R, 'The Northampton historic pageant of 1925', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1993) 410-415.
  RAWLINGS PJ, 'Defoe and street robberies: an undiscovered text.', Notes and Queries (1983) 23-6.
  McLENNAN B, 'The Reformation in the burgh of Aberdeen.', Northern Scotland / New Scientist 1976-77 119-44.
  DUNCAN AE, 'Artisans and proletarians. Chartism and working class allegiance in Aberdeen 1838-1842.', Northern Scotland / New Scientist (1981) 51-67.
  JOHNSON DB, 'The papers of Professor Thomas Gordon relating to the first Aberdeen Philosophical Society.', Northern Scotland / New Scientist (1983) 179-80.
  BRIGGS JHY, 'The burning of the Meeting House, July 1715: dissent and faction in late Stuart Newcastle.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1974) 61-79.
  SODEN I, 'A story of urban regeneration: Excavation in advance of development off St. Peter’s Walk, Northampton 1994-7', Northamptonshire Archaeology 1998-99 61-127
  MUTCH A, 'Magistrates and public house managers, 1840-1914: another case of Liverpool exceptionalism?', NH XL (2003) 325-42
  DI FELICE P, 'Manchester’s Little Italy at war, 1940-1945: ‘Enemy aliens or a reluctant foe?’', NH XXXIX (2002) 109-23
  CUUSACK T, 'Bourgeois leisure on the Seine: impressionism, forgetting and national identity in the French Third Republic.', National Identites (2007) 163–82.
  SHAPIRO E, 'Ethnicity and employment: The early years of the Jewish vocational service of Newark, 1939-52.', New Jersey History (1988) 19-41.
  GISH C, 'The children's strikes: socialization and class formation in paterson, 1824-1836.', New Jersey History (1992) 21-40.
  LIESTMAN D, 'Chinese labor at the Passaic Steam Laundry in Belleville', New Jersey History (1994) 21-33.
  DANFORTH BJ, 'Hoboken and the affluent New Yorker's search for recreation 1820-1860.', New Jersey History (1977) 133-44.
  FOGELSON N, 'They paved the streets with silk: Paterson, New Jersey silk workers 1913-1924.', New Jersey History (1979) 133-48.
  BAETENS R, 'Croissance Portuaire et urbanization: Le cas d’Anvers (XIX siècle)', Northern Mariner (1998) 51-59
  ROHRKASTEN J, 'Trends of mortality in late medieval London, 1348-1400', NMS XLV (2001) 172-209
  WHITTINGHAM AB, 'The White Swan Inn, St Peters Street, Norwich.', Norfolk Archaeology (1984) 38-50.
  TAYLOR R & RICHMOND H, '28-32 King Street, King's Lynn.', Norfolk Archaeology (1989) 260-85.
  SAUM LO, 'Stanley Huntley and the 'Bismarck Tribune': a strange interlude in frontier journalism.', North Dakota Hist (1981) 4-16.
  SKINNER GW ed, 'The city in late imperial China', North Louisiana History (2005) 179-207
  KENNY F, '‘Good men’: the history and culture of Liverpool dockworkers', North West Labour History Journal (2004) 12-18
  MARTIN J, 'Manchester and Salford Film Society', North West Labour History Journal (2004) 30-1
  MOORE LR, 'The Aberdeen ladies' educational association 1877-1883.', Northern Scotland (1979) 123-57
  PUNCH TM, 'The Irish Catholics, Halifax's first minority group.', Nova Scotia HQ (1980) 23-9.
  ALLSOBROOK D, 'Oundle before Sanderson: an episode in the history of a great school.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1986-7 271-84.
  GROOME N, 'Black death in the hundred of Higham Ferrers.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1981-82 309-11.
  WARNES AM, 'Commuting towards city centres: a study of population and employment density grandients in Liverpool and Manchester.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1980-81 207-18.
  MATTSON K, 'The struggle for an urban democratic public: Harlem in the 1920s', New York History (1995) 291-318.
  BROWN JA, 'A note on British military theatre in New York at the end of the American revolution.', New York History (1980) 177-86.
  YOX AP, 'Bonds of community: Buffalo's German element, 1853-1871.', New York History (1985) 141-64.
  CORNOG EW, 'To give character to our city: New York's City Hall.', New York History (1988) 389-424.
  ROSSANO GL, 'Down to the bay: New York shippers and the central American logwood trade 1748-1761.', New York History (1989) 229-50.
  HARRING SL, 'Red lilac of the Cayugas: traditional Indian law and culture conflict in a witchcraft trial in Buffalo, New York, 1930', New York History (1992)
  VENEMA J, 'Poverty and charity in seventeenth-century Beverwijck/Albany', New York History (1999) 369-90
  GUNDRUM AR, 'Memorializing mothers: stained-glass windows, female empowerment, and religion in Cooperstown, New York.', New York History (2007) 33–54.
  CHALMERS L, 'Tommany Hall, Fernando Wood, and the struggle to control New York city 1851-1859.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1969) 7-32.
  BLOOMFIELD GT, 'Urban tramways in New Zealand, 1862-1964.', New Zealand Geographer (1975) 99-123.
  LINDFORS B, '‘No end to dramatic novelty’: Ira Aldridge at the Royal Coburg Theatre.', Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film (2007) 15–34.
  SHEPHERD S, 'The blind leading the blind.', Nineteenth Century Theatre Research (1996) 9-108.
  THORNTON TP, 'Between generations: Boston agricultural reform and the ageing of New England, 1815-1830.', New England Quarterly (1986) 189-211.
  GILKESON JS, 'The rise and decline of the 'Puritan Sunday' in Providence, Rhode Island, 1810-1826.', New England Quarterly (1986) 75-91.
  COLLISON G, 'Anti-slavery, blacks and the Boston elite: notes on the Reverend Charles Lowell and the West Church.', New England Quarterly (1988) 419-28.
  MARSHALL JM, 'A melancholy people': Anglo-Indian relations in early Warwick, Rhode Island, 1642-1675', New England Quarterly (1995) 402-28.
  BAKER M, 'In search of the New Jerusalem: slum clearance in St John's, 1921-1944.', New England Quarterly (1983) 23-32.
  LAWTON G, 'Urban legends: long thought to be the world’s first city dwellers the citizens of ancient Uruk now face competition from some out-of-towners', New Scientist (2004) 32-6
  COLLINSON JM, 'The Leeds Archives Department.', Northern History (1979) 210-21.
  PURDUE AW, 'Jarrow politics, 1885-1914: the challenge to Liberal hegonomy.', Northern History (1982) 182-98.
  BRIGGS A, 'Leeds located.', Northern History (1982) 281-6.
  JEWELL HM, ''The bringing up of children in good learning and manners': a survey of secular educational provision in the north of England c.1350-c.1550.', Northern History (1982) 1-25.
  ATTREED LC, 'The King's interest: York's fee farm and the central government 1482-92.', Northern History (1982) 24-43.
  GOLDBERG PJP, 'Mortality and economic change in York 1390-1514.', Northern History (1988) 38-55.
  LEWIS C, 'America’s central palace of pleasure: 125 years at Madison Square Garden', New York Journal of American History (2004) 114-23
  WINTERS SG, 'Tom Raymond's civic planning began Newark's 'golden age'.', Newark Academy Alumnus (1983) 8-9.
  CARROLL R, 'Yorkshire parliamentary boroughs in the 17th century.', Northern History (1968) 70-104.
  CHILDS WR, 'The George of Beverley and Olav Olavesson: trading conditions in the North Sea in 1464', Northern History (1995) 108-122.
  WRIGHT DG, 'A radical borough: parliamentary politics in Bradford 1832-41.', Northern History (1969) 132-66.
  McCORD N, 'Gateshead politics in the Age of Reform.', Northern History (1969) 167-83.
  GOSDEN P, 'From county college to civic university, Leeds, 1904'', Northern History (2005) 317-28
  HONEYMAN K, 'The poor law, the parish apprentice, and the textile industries in the north of England, 1780–1830.', Northern History (2007) 115–40.
  COOPER H, 'The road to ancient Helike', Natural History (2000) 14-18
  GERSHENHORN J, 'Hocutt v. Wilson and race relations in Durham, North Carolina, during the 1930s', North Carolina Historical Review (2001) 275-308
  DAVIES EJ, 'Elite migration and urban growth: the rise of Wilkes Barre in the northern anthracite region 1820-1880.', Northern History (1978) 67-77.
  MILNE M, 'The Tyne Mercury and Parliamentary reform, 1802-46.', Northern History (1978) 227-42.
  CRUICKSHANK MA, 'The Anglican revival and education: a study expansion in the cotton manufacturing areas of north west England, 1840-50.', Northern History (1979) 176-90.
  ELLIOT A, 'The incorporation of Bradford.', Northern History (1979) 156-75.
  HEY DG, 'The pattern of Nonconformity in South Yorkshire 1660-1851.', Northern History (1973) 86-118.
  THOMAS SS, 'Religious community in revolutionary Halifax', NH XL (2003) 89-111
  READ D, 'Manchester men and Liverpool gentlemen.', Northern History (1972) 128-33.
  CUNNINGHAM TM, 'Factors influencing the growth of Peterborough, 1850-1900.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1977) 427-36.
  MARTIN RA, 'Kettering enclosure 1804-5.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1977) 413-26.
  KENNETT DH, 'The geography of coaching in early 19th century Northamptonshire.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1974) 107-20.
  GREENALL RL, 'The history of boot and shoemaking at Long Buckby.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1977) 437-48.
  'The rebuilding of Northampton.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1973) 3.0
  BATES DL, 'Cotton spinning in Northampton: Edward Cave's mill, 1742-1761.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1996-1997) 237-53.
  GRAEBNER W, 'Help wanted: age discrimination in Buffalo, New York, 1895-1935.', New York History (1984) 349-66.
  FISHBEIN L, 'From Sodom to Salvation: the image of New York city in films about fallen women 1899-1934.', New York History (1989) 171-90.
  WELLS R, 'While Rip napped: social change in late eighteenth century New York.', New York History (1990) 5-25.
  JENKINS HJK, 'The boating earl: Lord Orford at Peterborough 1774.', NPP IX (1998) 345-50.
  MASLIN N, 'Henry Fileding's homes.', Notes and Queries (1983) 50-1.
  FRANCHETTI PARDO V, 'Le citta nella storia d’Italia: Matera', Nuova Rivista Storica (1999) 107-112
  WILLIAMS MR, 'Neighborhood organizations: seeds of a new urban life.', Northern Scotland / New Scientist 1976-77 183-90.
  HOLMES RS, 'Identifying nineteenth century properties.', Northern Scotland / New Scientist (1983) 155-78.
  WINTER K, 'The town of Yarmouth 1867 and 1923.', Nova Scotia History Review (1981) 39-49.
  MOYES A, 'Employment change in the N. Staffs conurbation 1951-66.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1972) 83-100.
  HAW R, 'The opening of the Brooklyn Bridge: Consensus or exclusion?', New York History (2003) 153-78
  PETRUS S, 'From gritty to chic: The transformation of New York City’s SoHo, 1962-1976', New York History (2003) 50-87
  JUSTICE B, 'Bones of contention: excavating the case files of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, New York State, 1867-1886', New York History (2004) 123-48
  LANNON KM, 'Over the tracks and up the hill: Cooperstown, New York's working-class population, 1900–1910.', New York History (2007) 75–96.
  MAYER S, 'Peole v Fisher: the shoemakers' strike of 1833.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1978) 6-21.
  CHEN KS, 'The politics of patriotism: war, ethnicity and the New York mayoral campaign of 1917.', New York Historical Society Quarterly (1979) 291-314.
  KEARSLEYA GW, 'Urbanisation and development in the third world.', New Zealand Journal of Geography (1984) 16-18.
  MOORE JR, 'Periclean Preston, public art and the classical tradition in late-nineteenth-century Lancashire', NH XL (2003) 299-323
  HALL N, 'The Liverpool cotton market and the American Civil War.', NH XXXIV (1998) 149-69.
  SCHORSKE CE, 'Fin-de-siècle Vienna: politics and culture.', Northern History (1982) 153-81.
  AGATHOCLEOUS T, 'London mysteries and international conspiracies: James, Doyle, and the aesthetics of cosmopolitanism', Nineteenth Century Contexts (2004) 125-48
  LIESTMAN D, 'Chinese labor at the Passaic Steam Laundry in Belleville.', New Jersey History (1994) 21-33.
  SCHWARTZ B, 'Newark's seated Lincoln', New Jersey History (1995) 23-59.
  SIMMONS M, 'Governor Cuerva and the beginnings of Albuquerque: another look.', New Mexico Historical Review (1980) .
  MORLEY JM, 'Albuquerque, New Mexico or anywhere USA: historic preservation and the construction of civic identity.', New Mexico Historical Review (1999) 155-78.
  LUCERNO BL, 'Old towns challenged by the boom town: the villages of the Middle Rio Grande Valley and the Albuquerque Tricentennal.', New Mexico Historical Review (2007) 37–70.
  THOMAS P, 'Vagabond soldiers and deserters at Elizabethan Northampton.', Northamptonshire Past and Present (1995) 101-111.
  WATKIN EA, 'Staffordshire trade tokens of the 17th century.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1973) 9-10.
  HEATH P, 'Staffordshire towns and the Reformation.', North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (1979) 1-21.
  ELLIS JM, 'Cartels in the coal industry on Tyneside, 1699-1750.', NH XXXIV (1998) 134-48.
  RAICHE D, 'The great Newark school strike of 1912.', New Jersey History (1988) 1-19.
  HARRIS H, ''The towns-people and country people': the Acquackanock Dutch and the rise of industry in Paterson.', New Jersey History (1988) 23-55.
  BURROW I & HUNTER R, 'Pretty village to urban place: eighteenth-century Trenton and its archaeology.', New Jersey History (1996) 32-52.
  YAMIN R & MASSO T, 'The river, the Dutch, the district, and the corporate giant: New Brunswick and the past.', New Jersey History (1996) 11-33.
  LEMMEY W, 'Boss Kenney of Jersey City 1949-1972.', New Jersey History (1980) 9-29.
  CUNNINGHAM JT, 'Why local history?', New Jersey History (1980) 46-64.
  ATKIN MV et al, 'Excavations in Norwich 1975/6. The Norwich survey - 5th, 6th and 7th interim reports.', Norfolk Archaeology (1976) 191-201; 36
  RUTLEDGE E & RUTLEDGE P, 'Kings Lynn and Great Yarmouth, two thirteenth century surveys.', Norfolk Archaeology (1978) 92-114.
  SUTTON AF, 'The early linen and worsted industry of Norfolk and the evolution of the London mercers' company.', Norfolk Archaeology (1989) 201-25.
  FONE JF, 'Signalling from Norwich to the coast in the Napoleonic Period.', Norfolk Archaeology (1996) 356-61.
  GRUENFELDER JR, 'Great Yarmouth, its haven and the crown.', NoA XLIII (1998) 143-52.
  COATES R, 'Shoreditch and Car Dyke: two allusions to Romano-British built features in later names containing OE dic, with reflections on variable place-name structure.', Nomina (2007) 23–33.
  PORTER JH, 'The Northampton arbitration board and the shoe indusry dispute of 1887.', Northamptonshire Past and Present 1966-71 149-54il
  BUTCHER AF, 'Rent, population and economic change in late-medieval Newcastle.', Northern History (1978) 67-77
  WATSON I, 'The arts and national renewal: The ninth international gathering of group theatre in Ayacucho, Peru. Urban renewal through theatre in the aftermath of Civil War', New Theatre Quarterly (1999) 165-177
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