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D. Eltis, SHORTER NOTICES, The English Historical Review, vol. CVIII, pp. 709-710, 1993.
M. Eastman, The significance of the International labour office, Contemporary India, vol. 1, pp. 203-213, 1935.
D. Eltis, Slave departures from Africa, 1811 - 1867: an annual time series, African economic history, vol. 15, pp. 143-171, 1986.
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, Lewis, F. D., and Richardson, D., Slave prices, the African slave trade, and productivity in the Caribbean, 1674-1807, The Economic History Review [H.W.Wilson - SSA], vol. 58, p. 673, 2005.
D. Eltis, Lewis, F. D., and Richardson, D., Slave prices, the African slave trade, and productivity in the Caribbean, 1674u1807, The Economic History Review, vol. 58, p. 673, 2005.
R. Benjamin, Drescher, S., Emmer, P., Eltis, D., and Pétré-Grenouilleau, O., The Slave Trade and Slavery, a Round Table Discussion, European Review, vol. 17, pp. 569-591, 2009.
R. Benjamin, Drescher, S., Emmer, P., Eltis, D., and Pétré-Grenouilleau, O., The Slave Trade and Slavery, a Round Table Discussion, European Review, vol. 17, pp. 569-591, 2009.
D. Eltis, Some Implications from the Transatlantic Slave Trade for Maritime Databases, International Journal of Maritime History, vol. 24, p. 257, 2012.
D. Eltis, The total product of Barbados, 1664-1701, The Journal of Economic History [H.W.Wilson - SSA], vol. 55, p. 321, 1995.
D. Elitis, The Total Product of Barbados, 1664–1701, The Journal of Economic History, vol. 55, pp. 321-338, 1995.
D. Eltis, Towns and Defence in Later Medieval Germany, Nottingham Medieval Studies, vol. 33, pp. 91-103, 1989.
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, 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, 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.
S. M. Eastman, A United Nations Guard: Historical Background, International Journal, vol. 4, pp. 137-146, 1949.
D. Eltis, The U.S. Transatlantic Slave Trade, 1644–1867: An Assessment, Civil War History, vol. 54, pp. 347-378, 2008.
R. Anderson, Borucki, A., da Silva, D. Domingues, Eltis, D., Lachance, P., Misevich, P., and Ojo, O., Using African Names to Identify the Origins of Captives in the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Crowd-Sourcing and the Registers of Liberated Africans, 1808–1862, History in Africa, vol. 40, pp. 165-191, 2013.
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, 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, The Volume and African Origins of the British Slave Trade before 1714, Cahiers d'Etudes Africaines, vol. 35, pp. 617-627, 1995.
D. Eltis, The Volume and Structure of the Transatlantic Slave Trade: A Reassessment, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 58, pp. 17-46, 2001.
D. Eltis, Was Abolition of the U.S. and British Slave Trade Significant in the Broader Atlantic Context?, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 66, pp. 715-736, 2009.
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 and Engerman, S. L., Was the Slave Trade Dominated by Men?, The Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 23, p. 237, 1992.

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