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  • Trade and trade routes in ancient India
  • Rogues, rascals and rude books : policing the popular book trade in early-nineteenth-century France
  • Evidence for a long term process scale for social change in modern man settled in place via agriculture and engaged in trade and war
  • The English wool trade in the Middle Ages
  • Cargoes of the East: the ports, trade and culture of the Arabian seas and western Indian Ocean.
  • La Traite des Noirs par l'Atlantique. Nouvelles approches. The Atlantic slave trade. New approaches
  • Towards a geography of unionization : the spatial organization and distribution of early British trade unions
  • India-based expeditions of trade and discovery in the North Pacific in the late eighteenth century
  • The trading post settlement of the Canadian Northwest, 1774-1821
  • Liverpool, the African slave trade and abolition: essays to illustrate current knowledge and research
  • Royal monopoly and private enterprise in the Atlantic trade: the case of Dahomey
  • Captain Owen of the African Survey. The hydrographic surveys of Admiral W. F. W. Owen on the coast of Africa and the Great Lakes of Canada, his fight against the African slave trade, his life in Campobello Island, New Brunswick, 1774-1857.
  • Persistence of country trade : the failure of towns to develop in Southside Virginia during the eighteenth century
  • Measuring changes in the ease of trade with archaeological data: an analysis of coins found at Dura Europus in Syria
  • The analysis combines the river navigations with the network of major roads and the location of the more important towns, in order to depict the main geographical elements of the medieval urban trading system.
  • The paper examines the changing place and status of the timber economy over the hundred years following European colonization. Initial high expectations for the timber trade as an export earner were not realized. A significant transformation
  • , the Leblanc alkali trade. Throughout a geographical perspective is emphasised and it is the evolving spatial pattern of industrial development which provides the central theme. Five periods of change are recognised, each associated with different factors
  • Antwerp played the most important role until 1570s among the markets. The Portugese choose Antwerp as their staple for the distribution of Asian spices after 1500 and created an expanding demand for copper to feed their trade with Africa and Asia