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J. Vos, Richardson, D., and Eltis, D., The Dutch in the Atlantic World: New Perspectives from the Slave Trade with Particular Reference to the African Origins of the Traffic, Yale University Press, 2008.
A. Volkoff and Wickberg, E., New Directions in Chinese Historiography: Reappraising the Taiping: Notes and Comment, Pacific Affairs, vol. 52, pp. 479-490, 1979.
D. Vickers, Competency and Competition: Economic Culture in Early America, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 3d Ser., no. XLVII (1990), pp. 3-29, 1990.
D. Vickers and Walsh, V., Young men and the sea: Yankee seafarers in the age of sail. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005.
D. Vickers, The Northern Colonies: Economy and Society, 1600-1775, in Cambridge Economic History of the United States. Eds. Robert Gallman and Stanley Engerman, R. Gallman and Engerman, S. Cambridge; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1996, pp. 209-248.
D. Vickers, Farmers and fishermen: two centuries of work in Essex County, Massachusetts, 1630-1850. Chapel Hill: Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture, by the University of North Carolina Press, 1994.
D. Vickers, The First Whalemen of Nantucket, William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 3d Ser., XL, no. 1983, pp. 560-583, 1983.
D. Vickers, An Honest Tar: Ashley Bowen of Marblehead, The New England Quarterly, vol. 69, pp. 531-553, 1996.
D. Vickers, A Companion to Colonial America. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2008.
D. Vickers, Nantucket Whalemen in the Deep-Sea Fishery: The Changing Anatomy of an Early American Labor Force, Journal of American History, vol. LXXII, no. 1985, pp. 277-96, 1985.
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, Credit and misunderstanding on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts (1683-1763), QUADERNI STORICI, vol. 46, pp. 415-415, 2011.
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, 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.
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.
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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