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Arnold, "The Neighborhood and City Hall: The Origin of Neighborhood Associations in Baltimore, 1880-1911," Journal of Urban History 6 (1979) 3-30.
Gilfoyle, "The Urban Geography of Commercial Sex: Prostitution in New York City, 1790-1860," Journal of Urban History 13 (August 1987): 371-393.
The data relating to submissions to Urban History refers to the period 1992-2002 and for subscriptions 1998-2002, Apparently, the comparable figure for subscriptions to the Journal of Urban History (JUH) from outside the United States of America is 3.
He and Artibise separately did early historiography and on one occasion flipped a coin to see who would appear in the Journal of Urban History and who in the Urban History Review.
Bouman, "Luxury and Control: The Urbanity of Street Lighting in Nineteenth Century Cities" Journal of Urban History 14, no.
For an overview of this literature, see a special upcoming issue of the Journal of Urban History.
Schneider, "Public Order and the Geography of the City: Crime, Violence, and the Police in Detroit, 1845-1875," Journal of Urban History 4 (February 1978): 183-208; John C.
Housing in Urban Canada in the Twentieth Century," Journal of Urban History (1998, forthcoming).