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Gary Nash, "The Web of Seaport Life," in xxxx
William Issel and Robert W. Cherny, "Commercial Village to Coast Metropolis," in xxxx
Timothy Gilfoyle, "The Urban Geography of Commercial Sex: Prostitution in New York City, 1790-1860," in xxxx
Shane White, "We Dwell in Safety and Pursue Our Honest Callings: Free Blacks in New York City, 1783-1810," in xxxx
Allen Pred, "Manufacturing in the American Mercantile City," in xxxx