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2003   LEVENE A, 'The origins of the children of the London Foundling Hospital, 1741-1760: a reconsideration', Continuity and Change (2003) 201-35
  BEWLEY MR, 'The new world in unity: Pan-America visualized at Buffalo in 1901', New York History (2003) 179-204
  DANBORN DB, 'Flour power: The significance of flour milling at the falls', Minnesota History (2003) 270-85
  PEREZA D, BERG KM & MYERS DJ, 'Police and riots, 1967-1969', Journal of Black Studies (2003) 153-82
  XIONG VC, 'Recent approaches to studies of pre-modern Chinese urban history', Journal of Urban History (2003) 187-98
  SUGRUE TJ, 'Revisiting the second ghetto', Journal of Urban History (2003) 281-90
  KORNBLUH AT, 'Cities of the future/The future of cities', Journal of Urban History (2003) 483-93
  MCNAMARA K, 'Painting the town', Journal of Urban History (2003) 802-10
  ROSENTHAL A, 'Urban networks, global processes, and the construction of public life in nineteenth-century Buenos Aires', Journal of Urban History (2003) 760-66
  GERVAIS D & GAUVREAU D, 'Women, priests, and physicians: family limitation in Quebec, 1940-1970', JInH XXXIV (2003) 293-314
  MCNEILL D, 'Mapping the European urban left: the Barcelona experience', Antipode (2003) 74-94
  TAYLOR D, '‘Bill-O’ and ‘the Fox’: Linkage and leverage in postwar Harlem politics, 1945-1950', Afro-Americans in New York Life and History (2003) 47-68
  BENAVIDES A, 'Sacred space, profane reality: the politics of building a church in eighteenth-century Texas', South Western Historical Quarterly (2003) 1-34
  JONES A, 'The Gloucester music meeting of 1781: glimpses of Gloucester and the triennial music meetings in the letters of Mary Yorke', Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (2003) 243-66
  BROADWAY J, 'The probate inventory of Phillip Greene, a restoration brickmaker in Gloucester, 1685', Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society (2003) 233-41
  FLETCHER SR, 'Public dreams, private means: Cincinnati and its southern railway, 1869-1901', Journal of Transport History (2003) 38-58
  THOMPSON VE, 'Telling ‘spatial stories’: urban space and bourgeois identity in early nineteenth-century Paris', Journal of Modern History (2003) 523-56
  ZISKIND MP, 'Labor conflict in the suburbs: organizing retail in metropolitan New York, 1954-1958', International Labor and Working-Class History (2003) 55-73
  BRODIE M, 'Free trade and cheap theatre: sources of politics for the nineteenth-century London poor', Social History (2003) 346-60
  POOLE A, 'Debt in the Cranbrook region in the late seventeenth century', AC CXXIII (2003) 81-93
  BUNKER R & HOUSTON P, 'Prospects for the rural-urban fringe in Australia: observations from a brief history of the landscapes around Sydney and Adelaide', Australian Geographical Studies (2003) 303-23
  BLOCKER JS JR, 'Building networks: cooperation and communication among African Americans in the urban Midwest, 1860-1910', InMH XCIX (2003) 370-86
  OTTERSTROM SM, 'Population concentration in United States city-systems from 1790-2000: historical trends and current phases', Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient (2003) 477-95
  MCGURTY EM, 'City renaissance on a garbage heap: Newark, New Jersey, and solid waste planning', Journal of Planning History (2003) 311-30
  BALDWIN PC, 'Women and the urban landscape', Journal of Planning History (2003) 263-72
  COHEN L, 'Is there an urban history of consumption?', Journal of Urban History (2003) 87-106
  RAVEN N, 'Chelmsford during the industrial revolution, c.1790-1840', Urban History (2003) 44-62
  WALTON JK, 'Current trends in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish urban history', Urban History (2003) 251-65
  CAMERON EA, 'Glasgow’s going round and round: some recent Scottish urban history', Urban History (2003) 276-87
  GOLD R, 'The black Jews of Harlem: Representation, identity, and race, 1920-1939', American Quarterly (2003) 179-226
  GRIBAUDI G, 'Naples 1943. Espaces urbains et insurrection', Annales Histoire, Sciences, Sociales (2003) 1079-104
  DANNS D, 'Chicago High School students’ movement for quality public education, 1966-1971', Journal of African American History (2003) 138-50
  POPKE EJ, 'Managing colonial alterity: narratives of race, space and labor in Durban, 1870-1920', Journal of Historical Geography (2003) 248-67
  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
  DOSH P, 'Violence, spatial segregation, and the limits of local empowerment in urban Latin America', Latin American Politics and Society (2003) 129-46
  PERKINS RA, 'Emigration to North America from Torquay', Devon Historian (2003) 20-24
  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
  KARMEL J, 'The market moment: Banking and politics in Jeffersonian Pensylvania, 1810-1815', Pennsylvania History (2003) 55-80
  MANZ S, 'Migranten and internierte. Deutsche in Glasgow, 1864-1918', German History (2003) 225-6
  BECKERT S, 'Democracy and its discontents: contesting suffrage rights in gilded age New York', Past and Present (2003) 116-57
  SLAVISHAK E, 'Civic physiques: Public images of workers in Pittsburgh, 1880-1910', Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (2003) 309-338
  GREGOR N, '‘Is he still alive, or long since dead?’: loss, absence and remembrance in Nuremberg, 1945-1956', German History (2003) 183-203
  BROWN RM, 'The cemeteries and the suburbs: Patna’s challenges to the colonial city in South Asia', Journal of Urban History (2003) 151-73
  SILVA CN, 'Urban utopias in the twentieth century', Journal of Urban History (2003) 327-32
  BLOCKER JS JR, 'Tidy pictures of messy behaviour', Journal of Urban History (2003) 472-82
  FORSELL H, '‘Paying the rent’: a long-term perspective on changes in an everyday pattern, Stockholm 1850-1939 with a comparative European outlook', Journal of Urban History (2003) 85-101
  RIBHEGGE W, 'City and nation in Germany from the Middle Ages to the present: the origins of the modern civil society in the urban tradition', Journal of Urban History (2003) 21-36
  OTTERSTROM SM, 'The influences of transportation and geography on the settlement and development of Lake County, California', Journal of the West (2003) 21-33
  OGBORN M, 'Mapping the metropolis', Journal of British Studies (2003) 119-26
  BECKETT J, 'City status for Swansea, 1911-69', Welsh History Review (2003) 534-51
  MCSHANE C & TARR J, 'The decline of the urban horse in American cities', Journal of Transport History (2003) 177-98
  KAIKA M, 'Constructing scarcity and sensationalising water politics: 170 days that shook Athens', Antipode (2003) 919-54
  CROWDER RL, '‘Grand old man of the movement’: John Edward Bruce, Marcus Garvey, and the UNIAl', Afro-Americans in New York Life and History (2003) 75-114
  WALKOWITZ JR, 'The ‘vision of Salome’: cosmopolitanism and erotic dancing in central London, 1908-1918', American Historical Review (2003) 337-76
  WILLIAMS MA, '‘The new London Welsh’: domestic servants 1918-1939', THSC New Series (2003) 135-51
  ELLIOTT M, 'Opposition to the First World War: The fate of conscientious objectors in Leicester', Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (2003) 82-92
  SMALLMAN-RAYNOR M, NETTLETON C & CLIFF AD, 'Wartime evacuation and the spread of infectious diseases: epidemiological consequences of the dispersal of children from London during World War II', Journal of Historical Geography (2003) 396-421
  FUCCARO N, 'Ethnicity and the city: the Kurdish quarter of Damascus between Ottoman and French rule, c.1724-1946', Urban History (2003) 206-24
  STOBART J, 'Identity, competition and place promotion in the Five Towns', Urban History (2003) 163-82
  CACERES G & SABATINI F, 'Para entender la urbanización del litoral: el balneario en la conformación del gran Valparaíso (siglos XIX y XX)', ARQ Santiago (2003) 50-52
  ACTON B, A history of Truro. Volume 3: Exploring the city - and around, Truro : Landfall (2003) pp 104, il
  SMITH T, A History of Haxby. Rev ed., York : William Sessions (c. 2003) pp vii + 86, il
  ARNESAN E, Black protest and the great migration: a brief history with documents, Boston : Bedford/St Martin’s (2003)
  DAVIS B, Chesterfield: past and present, Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 128, il
  SLOANE B, HOADE S & with CLOAKE J et al, Early modern industry and settlement: excavations at George Street, Richmond and High Street, Mortlake, in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames, London : Museum of London Archaeology Service (c. 2003) pp xii + 91, il
  TWIGG A compiler, Francis Frith’s Glamorgan. Rev ed., Salisbury : Frith (2003) pp 115, il
  BARNES-PHILLIPS D ed, Hands of Friendship: the story of Reading’s twinning links, Reading : Corridor (c. 2003) pp 160, il
  BOYDEN PB, Joint stock resort: Walton-on-the-Naze and the Coast Development Corporation, 1897-1915, Bromley : EH Boyden (2003) pp 73
  MIDDLETON WD, Metropolitan railways: rapid transit in America, Bloomington : Indiana University Press (2003)
  O’NEILL G, Our street: East End life in the Second World War, London : Viking (2003) pp xiv + 300, il
  JENKINS J, Provincial modernity: local culture and liberal politics in fin-de-siecle Hamburg, Ithaca, N.Y.; London : Cornell University Press (2003) pp 336, il
  JEFFREY C, Rainham born and bred, Romford : Ian Henry (c. 2003) pp 78, il
  WHITE J, Rothschild buildings: life in an East End tenement block 1887-1920, London : Pimlico (2003) pp xvi + 301, il
  PURVIS B, Salisbury: the changing city, Derby : Breedon (2003) pp 176, il
  COOKSON G, The townscape of Darlington, England : V.C.H. (2003) pp x + 198, il
  HILTON G, A portrait of Kenilworth in street-names (2nd edition), Kenilworth : GM Hilton (c. 2003) pp viii + 58, il
  MCPHEE S, Bernini and the bell towers: architecture and politics at the Vatican, New Haven/London : Yale University Press (c. 2003) pp xi + 353, il
  KAPLAN L & KAPLAN CP, Between ocean and city: the transformation of Rockaway, New York, New York/Chichester : Columbia University Press (2003) pp xv + 237, il
  LEMMON AE, MAGILL JT & WIESE JR, Charting Louisiana: five hundred years of maps, New Orleans : Historic New Orleans Collection (2003) pp xxii + 383, il
  COSH M, Edinburgh: the golden age, Edinburgh : John Donald (2003) pp x + 1105
  MUNFORD AP, Iron & steel town: an industrial history of Rotherham, Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 159, il
  SPELLISSY S, Limerick in old photographs, Dublin : Gill & Macmillan (2003) pp viii + 120, il
  MANSEL P, Paris between empires, 1814-1852: monarchy and revolution, London : Phoenix (2003) pp viii + 562, il
  RIGGS A, Portsmouth: a shattered city, Tiverton : Halsgrove (2003) pp 96, il
  REID S, Quebec 1759: the battle that won Canada, Oxford : Osprey (2003) pp 96, il
  MCHUGH TJ, 'Hospitals and Huguenots: confessional coexistence in Nîmes, 1629-85', European History Quarterly (2003) 5-27
  DUFFY G, Sham to rock: growing up in Forties and Fifties Dublin, Bakewell : Aengus Books (2003) pp xxiii + 268
  SHAW J, Street names near Lichfield, Lichfield : George Lane (2003) pp 48, il
  ROBERTS D compiler, Swansea: it’s yesterday once more, Derby : Breedon Books (2003) pp 223, il
  WOODCOCK G compiler, The book of Tavistock: celebrating a distinctive Devon town, Tiverton : Halsgrove (2003) pp 167, il
  MORTADA H, Traditional Islamic principles of the built environment, London : Routledge Curzon (2003) pp xx + 186, il
  BÉGOUT B, Zeropolis: the experience of Las Vegas, London : Reaktion (c. 2003) pp 126, il. Translated by Liz Heron
  WEBER T, 'Anti-semitism and philo-semitism among the British and German elites: Oxford and Heidelberg before the first world war', EHR CXVIII (2003) 86-119
  FONG T, 'Epidemics, racial anxiety and community formation: Chinese Americans in San Francisco', Urban History (2003) 401-06
  NOVACEANU D, 'Lezama Lima regresa a la Habana', Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos (2003) 35-42
  COMO DR, 'Predestination and political conflict in Laud’s London', Historical Journal (2003) 263-94
  SIMPSON LMA & BRANDEE B, 'Main Street/Market Street historic district, downtown Houston', Public Historian (2003) 113-15
  VAN DER WESTHUIZEN GL, Swart verstedeliking (black urbanisation)., Baltimore : Johns Hopkins UP (2003)
  OATES J, 'Durham and the Jacobite rebellion of 1715', Durham County Local History Society Bulletin (2003) 25-34
  BENBOUGH-JACKSON M, 'Ceredigion and the changing visitor gaze c.1760-2000', Cer XIV (2003) 21-41
  SINCLAIR M, San Francisco: A cultural and literary history, New York : Interlink (2003)
  SANDLER MW, Straphanging in the USA: Trolleys and subways in American life, New York : Oxford UP (2003)
  ABRAMS R, The first world series and the baseball fanatics of 1903, Boston : Northeastern UP (2003)
  HOMBERGER E, The historical atlas of New York City: A visual celebration of nearly 400 years of New York City’s history, New York : St Martin’s (2003)
  WATSON AD, Wilmington, North Carolina, to 1861, Jefferson, NC : McFarland & Co. (2003)
  KAY AC, 'A little enterprise of her own: lodging-house keeping and the accommodation business in nineteenth-century London', London Journal (2003) 41-53
  TURVEY R, 'The London County Council’s river steamboat service', London Journal (2003) 54-73
  SHOCKLEY MT, 'Working for democracy: working-class African-American women, citizenship, and civil rights in Detroit, 1940-1954', Missouri Historical Review (2003) 125-58
  CROMARTIE M ed, A public faith: Evangelicals and civic engagement, Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield (2003)
  SELF R, American babylon: Race, power and the struggle for the postwar city in California, Princeton, NJ : Princeton UP (2003)
  KUTLER SI, Dictionary of American history, 3rd edn, New York : Charles Scribner’s Sons (2003)
  RANSBY B, Ella Baker and the black freedom movement: a radical democratic vision, Chapel Hill : U of North Carolina P (2003)
  NEWMAN SP, Embodied history: The lives of the poor in early Philadelphia, Philadelphia : U of Pennsylvania P (2003)
  WATERS J, 'Flexible citizens? Transnationalism and citizenship amongst economic immigrants in Vancouver', Canadian Geographer (2003) 219-34
  MUTCH A, 'Magistrates and public house managers, 1840-1914: another case of Liverpool exceptionalism?', NH XL (2003) 325-42
  BAILEY R, 'The Pratt Street riots revisited: a case of overstated significance?', Maryland Historical Magazine (2003) 152-72
  HARGREAVES JA, '‘Long to reign over me’: changing attitudes towards the monarchy in Halifax from the golden jubilee of King George III in 1809 to the golden jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2002', Halifax Antiquarian Society Transactions / Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society (2003) 98-123
  BROWN WM & BALDWIN JR, 'The changing geography of the Canadian manufacturing sector in metropolitan and rural regions, 1976-1997', Canadian Geographer (2003) 116-34
  JUDSON SM, '‘Leisure is a foe to any man’: The pleasures and dangers of leisure in Atlanta during World War I', Journal of World History (2003) 92-115
  GRUENWALD KM, 'The culture of capitalism in nineteenth-century New York', Reviews in American History (2003) 389-96
  ADLER JS, '‘We’ve got a right to fight; we’re married’: domestic homicide in Chicago, 1875-1920', JInH XXXIV (2003) 27-48
  ADLER JS, 'On the border of snakeland: Evolutionary psychology and plebian violence in industrial Chicago, 1875-1920', Journal of Social History (2003) 541-60
  HOSKIN PM, 'Diocesan politics in the see of Worcester, 1218-1266', Journal of Ecclesiastical History (2003) 422-40
  ERICKSON CK, '‘Kluxer blues’: The klan confronts Catholics in Butte, Montana, 1923-1929', Montana (2003) 44-57
  COHEN L, A consumers’ republic: the politics of mass consumption in postwar America, New York : Knopf (2003)
  MARTINES L, April blood: Florence and the plot against the Medici, London : Jonathan Cape (2003) pp xviii + 302, il
  LEVY PB, Civil war on race street: the civil rights movement in Cambridge, Maryland, Gainesville : University of Florida Press (2003)
  MARCOMBE D et al, Conflict and disaster at Durham: four talks delivered to the Friends of Durham Cathedral 2001-02, Durham : Friends of Durham Cathedral (c. 2003) pp 68, il
  RANNING D, Global decisions, local collisions: urban life in the New World order, Philadelphia : Temple University Press (2003)
  Isleworth remembered: memories of life in a riverside London village, 1900-2003, Isleworth : Isleworth Society (2003) pp 114, il
  DOWSETT B, Olfactory reminiscences of Walthamstow: memories recalled through smells of my childhood, London : Walthamstow Historical Society (c. 2003) pp 18, il
  HIEL M & FITZMAURICE T eds, Screening the city, London : Verso (2003)
  NEAL F, Sectarian violence: the Liverpool experience, 1819-1914: an aspect of Anglo-Irish history, Liverpool : Newsham Press (2003) pp xi + 272, Originally published Manchester: Manchester University Press 1988
  PORTER S, The great fire of London, Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 184
  PROTZ C & HEDGECOCK D, Tottenham and Wood Green: past and present, Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 128, il
  TRUMPER D, A glimpse of Shrewsbury, Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 158, il
  LYONS P, The people of this generation: The rise and fall of the new left in Philadelphia, Philadelphia : U of Pennsylvania P (2003)
  KYRIAKOUDES LM, The social origins of the urban south: Race, gender, and migration in Nashville and middle Tennessee, 1890-1930, Chapel Hill : U of North Carolina P (2003)
  BEAUREGARD RB, Voices of decline: Then postwar fate of US cities, New York : Routledge (2003)
  DAVIS CJ, Waterfront revolts: New York and London dockworkers, 1946-61, Urbana : U of Illinois P (2003)
  JONES A, 'Brecknock at the crossroads – journalism, history and cultural identity in nineteenth-century Wales', Br XXXV (2003) 101-16
  STARR L & WATERMAN CA, American popular music: From minstrelsy to MTV, New York : Oxford UP (2003)
  BIRCH EL, 'One hundred years of city building: New accounts, new interpretations', Journal of Planning History (2003) 273-77
  KOTVAL Z, 'Opportunity lost: A clash between politics, planning, and design in defense housing for Pittsfield, Massachusetts', Journal of Planning History (2003) 25-46
  VAN DE PUTTE B, 'Homogamy by geographical origin: segregation in nineteenth-century Flemish cities (Gent, Leuven and Aalst)', Journal of Family History (2003) 364-90
  LEESON D, 'The ‘scum of London’s underworld’? British recruits for the Royal Irish Constabulary, 1920-21', Contemporary British History (2003) 1-38
  FORD T & BIRCH K, Bath: the golden years: from the archives of the Bath Chronicle, Tiverton : Halsgrove (2003) pp 160, il
  BUCHAN J, Capital of the mind: how Edinburgh changed the world, London : John Murray (2003) pp xi + 436, il
  GLENNY J, CS Lewis’s Cambridge: a walking tour guide, Cambridge : Christian Heritage Press (c. 2003) pp 36, il
  NAITO A, Edo, the city that became Tokyo: an illustrated history, Tokyo/London : Kodansha International (c. 2003) pp 211, il. Translated, adapted and introduced by H Mack Horton
  VICKERY P, Fleet memories, Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 128, il
  SANDHU S, London calling: how black and Asian writers imagined a city, London : HarperCollins (2003) pp xxvi + 498, il
  HALLIDAY S, Making the metropolis: creators of Victoria’s London, Derby : Breedon (2003) pp 199, il
  DODD A ed, Oxford before the university: the late Saxon and Norman archaeology of the Thames crossing, the defences and the town, Oxford : published for Oxford Archaeology by Oxford University School of Archaeology (c. 2003) pp xviii + 477, il
  COOLEY A, Pompeii, London : Duckworth (2003) pp 160, il
  HUNT D, Preston: centuries of change, Derby : Breedon Books (2003) pp 192, il
  DONG MY, Republican Beijing: the city and its histories, Berkeley/London : University of California Press (c. 2003) pp xxiii + 380, il
  MCCALL C, Routes, roads, regiments and rebellions: a brief history of the life and work of General George Wade (1673-1748), the father of the military roads in Scotland, Matlock : SOLCOL (2003) pp xii + 68, il
  POTTER H, The Cromford Canal, Stroud : Tempus (2003) pp 128, il
  MORGAN D, The illustrated history of Cardiff’s suburbs, Derby : Breedon (2003) pp 192, il
  LITTLE B, The story of Bristol, Tiverton : Halsgrove (2003) pp 96, il. Edited and revised by John Sansom
  HILFIKER D & WRIGHT EDELMAN M, Urban injustice: how ghettos happen, New York : Seven Stories (2003)
  HARRIS C, Walking the London Blitz, Barnsley : Leo Cooper (2003) pp 158, il
  PRICE TJH, West Bromwich people and places (Britain in old photographs), Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 159, il
  FRENCH C, '‘Death in Kingston upon Thames’: analysis of the Bonner Hill cemetery burial ground records, 1855-1911', Arc XXVIII (2003) 36-47
  TANNER A, 'The Great Ormond Street historical patient database project', Arc XXVIII (2003) 132-41
  KOSECIK M & KAPUCU N, 'Conservative reform of metropolitan counties: abolition of the GLC and MCCs in retrospect', Contemporary British History (2003) 71-94
  GODFREY P, 'Bayonets, brainwashing, and bathrooms: The discourse of race, gender, and sexuality in the desegregation of Little Rock’s Central High', Australian Historical Quarterly (2003) 68-82
  CAHAN R & JACOB M, 'Champions: Sports and the Chicago Daily news', Chicago History (2003) 20-41
  NATHAN DA, 'Recasting the black sox legend', ChiH Spring (2003) 4-19
  GYURE DA, 'Monuments to education', ChiH XXXII (2003) 52-72
  MULLIN JR, 'Bellamy’s Chicopee. A laboratory for Utopia?', Journal of Urban History (2003) 133-50
  BRUSH LD, 'Gender and the uses of history', Journal of Urban History (2003) 216-25
  MCLENNAN R, 'Punishment’s ‘square deal’. Prisoners and their keepers in 1920s New York', Journal of Urban History (2003) 597-619
  MCCAULEY B, 'Consider the cure', Journal of Urban History (2003) 794-801
  MCGOVERN SJ, 'Neighborhoods, race, and the state', Journal of Urban History (2003) 820-32
  ELVINS S, 'Shopping for recovery: local spending initiatives and the Great Depression in Buffalo and Rochester, New York', Journal of Urban History (2003) 670-93
  JAZBINSEK D, 'The metropolis and the mental life of Georg Simmel: on the history of an antipathy', Journal of Urban History (2003) 102-25
  UZUN CN, 'The impact of urban renewal and gentrification on urban fabric: three cases in Turkey', Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient (2003) 363-75
  COOK MA, '‘A new city of friends’: London and homosexuality in the 1890s', History Workshop Journal (2003) 33-58
  KEAN H & WHEELER B, 'Making history in Bethnal Green: different stories of nineteenth-century silk weavers', History Workshop Journal (2003) 217-30
  GRIFFITHS P, 'Contesting London Bridewell, 1576-1580', Journal of British Studies (2003) 283-315
  STEPHENSON P, 'Port Darlington 1830-1878: a long forgotten Linthorpe address Part 1', Cleveland History (2003) 3-12
  BESSEN J, 'Technology and learning by factory workers: the stretch-out at Lowell, 1842', Journal of Economic History (2003) 33-64
  DALLAS J, 'Sectional contrasts and the demise of Old South Jackson’s white residential areas', Journal of Mississippi History (2003) 1-30
  BENEMANN W ed, A year of mud and gold: San Francisco in letters and diaries 1849-1850, Lincoln : U of Nebraska P (2003)
  PIERCE JK, Eccentric Seattle: Pillars and pariahs who made the city not such a boring place after all, Pullman : Washington State UP (2003)
  QUINCY J, Quincy’s market: A Boston landmark, Boston : Northeastern UP (2003)
  MCALLISTER M, White people do not know how to behave at entertainments designed for ladies and gentlemen of colour: William Brown’s African and American Theater, Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press (2003)
  DRURY E & THOMAS J, Abingdon: past & present (Britain in old photographs), Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 127, il
  WOOD WAR, An English consul in Siam: a memoir, 1896-1932, London : Kegan Paul (2003) pp 186
  LEE B, Cardiff: those were the days!, Derby : Breedon (2003) pp 192, il
  STOYLE M, Circled with stone: Exeter’s city walls 1485-1660, Exeter : University of Exeter Press (2003) pp xvi + 231, il
  LENNON S & EVANS J, Images of the Medway towns, Derby : Breedon (c. 2003) pp 224, il
  HAWTHORNE R & DOWDALL J, Images of Wolverhampton (Britain in old photographs), Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 143, il
  REUTERS, Journalists of, Twenty-one days to Baghdad: a chronicle of the Iraq War, Upper Saddle River NJ; Great Britain : Prentice Hall (c. 2003) pp xi + 120, il
  BLAGOJEVIC L, Modernism in Serbia: the elusive margins of Belgrade architecture, 1919-1941, Cambridge, Mass/London : MIT Press (2003) pp xiii + 286, il
  COLTON KW, Housing in the twenty-first century: achieving common ground, Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press (2003)
  MORRISSEY B, Quebec 1775: the American invasion of Canada, Oxford : Osprey (2003) pp 96, il
  The changing face of Slough, Derby : Breedon Books (2003) pp 144, il
  WRIGHT J compiler, The story of Skegness, Wainfleet All Saints : J Wright (2003) pp 16, il
  GILKES OJ ed, The theatre at Butrint: Luigi Maria Ugolini’s excavations at Butrint 1928-1932, London : British School of Athens (2003) pp xvii + 270, il
  SUTHERLAND G, The Warwick Chronicles, 1806-1812, Warwick : Knowle Villa Books (2003) pp 48
  SIMPSON JA, Edith D. Pope and her Nashville friends: Guardians of the lost cause in the confederate veteran, Knoxville : U of Tennessee P (2003)
  THEOHARIS JF & WOODARD K eds, Freedom north: Black freedom struggles outside the south, 1940-1980, New York : Palgrave Macmillan (2003)
  SEASHOLES N, Gaining ground: a history of landmaking in Boston, Cambridge, MA : MIT Press (2003)
  HARDY S, How Boston played: Sport, recreation, and community, 1865-1915, Knoxville : U of Tennessee P (2003)
  HUNTER HG, 'The politics of resentment: Unionist regiments and the New Orleans immigrant community, 1862-1864', Louisiana History (2003) 185-210
  SOUTHER JM, 'Making the ‘Birthplace of Jazz’: Tourism and musical heritage marketing in New Orleans', Louisiana History (2003) 39-73
  BLACK IS, 'National Provincial Bank buildings in north-east England in the later nineteenth century', Durham Archaeological Journal (2003) 63-82
  HEFF BC, 'The ‘captain of Köpenick’ and the transformation of German criminal justice, 1891-1914', Central European History (2003) 1-43
  GRUNER W, 'The factory action and the events at the Rosenstrasse in Berlin; facts and fictions about 27 February 1943 – sixty years later', Central European History (2003) 179-208
  WHITEHEAD M, '‘In the shadow of heirarchy’: meta-governance, policy reform and urban regeneration in the West Midlands', Area (2003) 6-14
  RICHARDSON J, 'Buffalo’s antebellum African-American community and the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850', Afro-Americans in New York Life and History (2003) 29-46
  CROSSMAN V, 'The new Ross workhouse riot of 1887: nationalism, class and the Irish poor laws', Past and Present (2003) 135-58
  THOMAS SS, 'Religious community in revolutionary Halifax', NH XL (2003) 89-111
  PANAYI P, 'Victims, perpetrators and bystanders in a German town: the Jews of Osnabrück before, during and after the Third Reich', European History Quarterly (2003) 451-92
  RATER P, 'The photography of Floyd Jillson', Atlanta History (2003) 24-35
  GREVY J, 'Les cafés républicains de Paris au début de la Troisième République: étude de sociabilité', Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine (2003) 52-72
  THOMSON JKJ, 'Transferring the spinning jenny to Barcelona: an apprenticeship in the technology of the industrial revolution', Textile History (2003) 21-46
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  HARRIS AT, 'Policing and public order in the City of London 1784-1815', London Journal (2003) 1-20
  WILLIAMS C, '‘The great hero of the Newport rising’: Thomas Phillips, reform and Chartism', Welsh History Review (2003) 481-511
  CONNER P, 'Huguenot identities during the wars of religion: the churches of Le Mans and Montauban compared', Journal of Ecclesiastical History (2003) 23-39
  SORKIN M, Starting from zero: Reconstructing New York, New York : Routledge (2003)
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  CHISHOLM M, 'Conservators of the River Cam, 1702-2002', PCAS XCII (2003) 183-200
  BUSSEL R, '‘A trade union oriented war on the slums’: Harold Gibbons, Ernest Calloway, and the St Louis teamsters in the 1960s', Labor History (2003) 49-68
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  GOODHEW D, 'The rise of the Cambridge inter-collegiate christian union, 1910-1971', Journal of Ecclesiastical History (2003) 62-88
  MILLER RF, 'The trouble with Brahmins : Class and ethnic tensions in Massachusetts’ ‘Harvard Regiment’', New England Quarterly (2003) 38-72
  BOYLAN AM, 'A Philadelphia story', Reviews in American History (2003) 236-43
  WINTER T, 'Gender and urban development in the ‘city of big shoulders’ 1871-1933', Reviews in American History (2003) 564-71
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  FISCHER MJ, 'The relative importance of income and race in determining residential outcomes in US urban areas, 1970-2000', Urban Affairs Review (2003) 669-96
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  ROBERTS J, Llandudno past & present (Britain in old photographs), Stroud : Sutton (2003) pp 158, il
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  St Albans 1553, St Albans : St Albans and Hertfordshire Architectural and Archaeological Society (2003) pp 16, il
  Swansea: a pocket album: adapted from an original book by Tony Cornish, Salisbury : Frith (2003) pp 122, il
  PORTNEY KE, Taking sustainable cities seriously: economic development, the environment, and quality of life in American cities, Cambridge/London : MIT Press (2003) pp xiv + 284
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  BRADY C, The medieval walls of Drogheda, Bray : Archaeological Ireland (2003) pp 6, il
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  PIKE JR, A Torbay century, Derby : Breedon Books (2003) pp 160, il
  CRACRAFT J & ROWLAND D eds, Architectures of Russian identity: 1500 to the present, Ithaca/London : Cornell University Press (c. 2003) pp vii + 253, il
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  CLACTON VCH GROUP, Clacton at war, 1939-1945, Colchester : Clacton VCH Group (c. 2003)
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