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D. Eltis, Klein, H. S., Behrendt, S. D., Richardson, D., and Elbl, I. (., The trans-Atlantic slave trade: a database on CD-ROM: 1, International Journal of Maritime History, vol. 13, p. 267, 2001.
D. Eltis, Free and coerced migrations: the Atlantic in global perspective, European Review, vol. 12, pp. 313-328, 2004.
D. Eltis, The U.S. Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1644–1867: An Assessment, Civil War History, vol. 54, pp. 347-378, 2008.
D. Eltis, The Volume and African Origins of the British Slave Trade before 1714 (Importance et origine des Africains au sein de la traite britannique des esclaves au XVIIIe siècle: une évaluation comparative), Cahiers d'Études Africaines, vol. 35, pp. 617-627, 1995.
D. Eltis, Fluctuations in mortality in the last half century of the transatlantic slave trade, Social science history, vol. 13, pp. 315-339, 1989.
D. Eltis, THe Volume, Age/Sex Ratios, and African Impact of the Slave Trade: Some Refinements of Paul Lovejoy's Review of the Literature, The Journal of African History, vol. 31, pp. 485-492, 1990.
D. Eltis and Jennings, L. C., Trade between Western Africa and the Atlantic World in the Pre-Colonial Era, The American Historical Review, vol. 93, p. 936, 1988.
D. Eltis, Morgan, P., and Richardson, D., Black, Brown, or White? Color-Coding American Commercial Rice Cultivation with Slave Labor, The American Historical Review, vol. 115, pp. 164-171, 2010.
D. Eltis and EBSCOhost, eBon, Coerced and Free Migration: Global Perspectives. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2002.
D. Eltis, British Slave Trade Suppression Policies, 1821–1865. By E. Phillip LeVeen. Dissertations in European Economic History. New York: Arno Press, 1977. Pp. x, 186. $18.00, The Journal of Economic History, vol. 39, pp. 574-575, 1979.
D. Eltis, Eli Faber. Jews, Slaves, and the Slave Trade: Setting the Record Straight. Reappraisals in Jewish Social and Intellectual History.) New York: New York University Press. 1998. Pp. xvii, 366. $27.95, The American Historical Review, vol. 105, pp. 886-887, 2000.
D. Eltis, The Final Victims: Foreign Slave Trade to North America, 1783-1810. By James A. McMillin (Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 2004. 207 pp. + 1 CD-ROM, $39.95), Journal of Social History, vol. 40, pp. 237-239, 2006.
D. Eltis, IV The Relative Importance of Slaves and Commodities in the Atlantic Trade of Seventeenth-Century Africa, Journal of African History, vol. 35, pp. 237-250, 1994.
D. Eltis and Engerman, S. L., The Importance of Slavery and the Slave Trade to Industrializing Britain, The Journal of Economic History, vol. 60, pp. 123-144, 2000.
D. Eltis, The Migration of the Non-English to Eighteenth-Century Colonial America, Reviews in American History, vol. 28. pp. 181-186, 2000.
D. Eltis, The Economic Impact of the Ending of the African Slave Trade to the Americas, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 37, pp. 143-172, 1988.
D. Eltis, Lewis, F. D., and Richardson, D., Slave Prices, the African Slave Trade, and Productivity in Eighteenth-Century South Carolina: A Reassessment, The Journal of Economic History, vol. 66, p. 1054, 2006.
D. Eltis, Height, Health and History: Nutritional Status in the United Kingdom, 1750-1980, Labour / Le Travail, vol. 28. pp. 374-376, 1991.
D. Eltis, O significado da investigação sobre os africanos escapados de navios negreiros no século XIX, História Questões & Debates, vol. 52, 2011.
D. Eltis, Senegambia and the Atlantic Slave Trade (review), Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 30, pp. 558-559, 1999.
D. Eltis, The total product of Barbados, 1664-1701, The Journal of Economic History [H.W.Wilson - SSA], vol. 55, p. 321, 1995.
D. Eltis and Richardson, D., Productivity in the transatlantic slave trade, Explorations in Economic History [H.W.Wilson - SSA], vol. 32, p. 465, 1995.
D. Eltis, Articles on American Slavery. Vol. 2: Slave Trade and Migration: Domestic and Foreign. Edited by Paul Finkelman. New York: Garland Publishing Inc., 1989. Pp. xx, 463. $70.00, The Journal of Economic History, vol. 51, pp. 511-511, 1991.
D. Eltis and Engerman, S. L., Was the Slave Trade Dominated by Men?, The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 23, p. 237, 1992.
D. Eltis, Searching for the Invisible Man: Slaves and Plantation Life in Jamaica, The Economic History Review, vol. 32. pp. 447-448, 1979.