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E. M. Johnson, Freedom to Riot: On the Evolution of Collective Violence, in The Best Science Writing Online 2012, B. Zivkovic and Ouelette, J. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012, pp. 157-167.
C. R. Friedrichs, What Made the Eurasian City Work? Urban Political Cultures in Early Modern Europe and Asia, in City Limits: Perspectives on the Historical European City, G. Clark, Owens, J., and Smith, G. T. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010, pp. 29-64.
A. Golubev, Remembering and Re-Evaluating ‘Ashamed’ Experience: Interaction with the Political Police in 1945–1956 in the Memory of the Soviet Karelian Population, in Erinnerungen nach der Wende. Oral History und (post)sozialistische Gesellschaften (Remembering after the Fall of Communism: Oral History and (Post-)Socialist Societies) , A. Stephan and Obertreis, J. Essen: Klartext Verlag, 2009, pp. 263–274.
M. A. Ormsby, An appreciation (Okanagan Historical Society founder), B.C.Historical News, vol. 23, p. 8, 1990.
M. A. Ormsby and B.C.), C. (, Coldstream– nulli secundus. Vernon, B.C: District of Coldstream, 1990.
M. A. Ormsby, HARRIS, COLE and ELIZABETH PHILLIPS, eds. "Letters from Windermere, 1912-1914" (Book Review), Canadian Historical Review, vol. 67. p. 464, 1986.
M. A. Ormsby, Letters from Windermere, 1912-1914, Canadian Historical Review, vol. 67. p. 464, 1986.
H. Bowsfield, Ormsby, M. A., and Society, H. 'sBay Record, Fort Victoria letters, 1846-1851, vol. 32.; 32. Winnipeg: Hudson's Bay Record Society, 1979.
M. A. Ormsby, Frederick Seymour, The Forgotten Governor, BC Studies, vol. 22, p. 3, 1974.
M. A. Ormsby, British Columbia, a history, Student. Toronto: Macmillan Canada, 1971.