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D. Vickers, Those Dammed Shad: Would the River Fisheries of New England Have Survived in the Absence of Industrialization?, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 61, pp. 685-712, 2004.
D. Vickers, A Companion to Colonial America. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.
D. Vickers, `A Knowen and Staple Commoditie': Codfish Prices in Essex County, Massachusetts, 1640-1775, Essex Institute, Historical Collections, vol. CXXIV, no. 1988, pp. 186-203, 1988.
D. Vickers, Errors expected: the culture of credit in rural New England, 1750-1800, The Economic History Review, vol. 63, pp. 1032-1057, 2010.
T. Van Riemsdijk, Unofficial Politics as usual: Strategies for creating Intellectual histories of Women, White and Black, in Virginia Women through the Centuries: A Symposium, Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA, 2005.
T. Van Riemsdijk, His Slaves or Hers? Customary claims, a Planter marriage, and a Community verdict in Lancaster County 1793, Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 113, pp. 47-79, 2005.
T. Van Riemsdijk, African mothers and Creole daughters: reconsidering Virginia's baby boom, 1690-1745, in Virginia Forum, Newport News, 2010.
T. Van Riemsdijk, Illegal Benevolence: Black Sunday Schools in rural Virginia, 1818 -1835, in Fellows Forum, Virginia  Foundation for the Humanities, Charlottesville, VA, 2011.
T. Van Riemsdijk, A final evangelical scare for Thomas Jefferson: White and Black Sunday schools as public education, 1816-1831, in Fellows Forum, International Centre for Jefferson Studies, Charlottesville, VA, 2003.
T. Van Riemsdijk, Hijacking History: Canadians and the Underground Railroad Romance, Ottawa Citizen, 2006.
T. Van Riemsdijk, Saving Souls and Solving Slavery: Chesapeake Evangelicals, 1790- 1840, in Fellows Seminar, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, Charlottesville, VA, 2005.
T. Van Riemsdijk, Africans, Creoles, and Rumoured Rebels: New Readings in American Slavery” (Review essay), Canadian Review of American Studies, vol. 3, pp. 267-285, 2003.
P. Van Huizen, Long Beach Wild: A Celebration of People and Place on Canada's Rugged Western Shore, BC Studies. p. 187, 2012.
P. Van Huizen, Book Review: Manufacturing National Park Nature: Photography, Ecology, and the Wilderness Industry of Jasper, Pacific Historical Review, vol. 81. p. 474, 2012.
P. Van Huizen, The River Returns: An Environmental History of the Bow, Environmental History, vol. 16. pp. 169-171, 2011.
P. Van Huizen, Awful Splendour: A Fire History of Canada, BC Studies. p. 145, 2008.
P. Van Huizen, 'Panic Park': Environmental Protest and the Politics of Parks in British Columbia's Skagit Valley, BC Studies, p. 67, 2011.
P. Van Huizen, "We'll Let No Vandal Drown You": Environmental Activists and the 1967-1984 Canadian-American Skagit River Controversy, 2010.
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R. W. Unger, Environmental and economic histories: Examples from pre-modern Europe, ПРОБЛЕМИ НА ГЕОГРАФИЯТА - Problems of Geography, vol. 1–2, pp. 84-96, 2011.
R. W. Unger, Bo Poulsen, Dutch Herring. An Environmental History, c. 1600-1860, BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review, vol. 125. pp. 120-122, 2010.
R. W. Unger, Technology and Industrial Organization: Dutch Shipbuilding to 1800, Business History, vol. 17, pp. 56-72, 1975.
R. W. Unger, The Technology and Teaching of Shipbuilding 1300-1800, in Technology, Skills and the Pre-Modern Economy in the East and the West, M. Prak and van Zanden, J. Luiten Leiden: Brill, 2013, pp. 161-204.
R. W. Unger, Shipping and economic growth, 1350-1850, vol. 7. Boston: Brill, 2011.
R. W. Unger, The Sea and Englishness in the Middle Ages: Maritime Narratives, Identity and Culture, Medieval Review. 2012.
R. W. Unger, Feeding Low Countries Towns : the Grain Trade in the Fifteenth Century, Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire, vol. 77, pp. 329-358, 1999.

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