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2014
Sohn, Kitae . The human capital of black soldiers during the American Civil War. Economics Letters. 122, (1), 40-43.
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2010
Costa, Dora L.,  Kahn, Matthew E. Health, wartime stress, and unit cohesion: Evidence from Union Army veterans. Demography. 47, (1), 45-66.
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2005
Cuff, Timothy . The Hidden Cost of Economic Development: The Biological Standard of Living in Antebellum Pennsylvania. Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishers.
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1998
Craig, Lee,  Weisss, Thomas . Nutritional status and agricultural surpluses in the antebellum United States. The Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspectives: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Munich January 18-23, 1997. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
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1998
A’Hearn, Brian . The antebellum puzzle revisited: A new look at the physical stature of Union Army recruits during the Civil War. The Biological Standard of Living in Comparative Perspectives: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Munich January 18-23, 1997. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag.
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1997
Costa, Dora L.,  Steckel, Richard H. Long-term trends in health, welfare, and economic growth in the United States. Health and Welfare During Industrialization. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
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1989
Fogel, Robert W. Without Consent or Contract: The Rise and Fall of American Slavery. New York: Norton.
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1986
Fogel, Robert W. Nutrition and the decline in mortality since 1700: Some preliminary findings. Long-Term Factors in American Economic Growth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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1983
Margo, Robert A.,  Steckel, Richard . The heights of native-born whites during the antebellum period. Journal of Economic History. 43, (1), 167-174.
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