Hindu Shuffle:
Faro Shuffle:
According to the magician John Maskelyne, the above method was used, and he calls it the "faro dealer's shuffle".[4] Maskelyne was the first to give clear instructions, but the shuffle was used and associated with faro earlier, as discovered mostly by the mathematician and magician Persi Diaconis
Shape Shifter Change: Created by Marc Desouza
First appeared in 'The Trapdoor', issue #48 and 'DeSouza's DeCeptions' (page 89). This move is admittedly based on Oscar Munoz's Pirouette Change from 'The Trapdoor' as well.
This sleight is also taught in detail on the ShapeShifter download available from Ellusionist.
Breakdown Flourish: Peter McKinnon 
Second Choice effect: Peter McKinnon 
Dr. Daleys Last trick: Dr. Jacob Daley 
First included in the book "The Dai Vernon Book of Magic" (Published 1957, Chapter 21) and has appeared in many other publications and videos since then.
Two Card Monte: ??
The effect is often credited to French magician Gustav Alberti, in the mid-19th century.[3] However, there is a related idea in Ponsin's Nouvelle Magie Blanche Devoilée, published in 1854, that might precede that.
Flip Flop Control: (Flip Flop Plop) Paul Harris
Taught in 'Art Of Astonishment' Volume 1 (page 59). Named for the 'plop' sound that the cards make when being tossed into the free hand. It can be used either in the hands or on a table. The loose careless nature of this control allows the performer to execute it without worrying about being caught.  
Paintbrush Change: Various
First appeared in print attributed to Frank Ward Cloyes and marketed by Ellis Stanyon as 'Cloyes Color Change'. (1910). Other versions were later published in Magician Monthly (1912) and Pentagram Volume 1, No. 10 (1947, page 70).
Can currently be found published in 'The Complete Walton, Volume 1' (page 267). In this book he does not take credit for its creation but instead attributes Dai Vernon for the effect. Can also be found in the DVD 'Daryls Enclopedia of Card Sleights, Volume 7'.
Back Up Plan: Adam Wilber's variation of Bill Malones Think Touch Turn 
Charlier Cut: Professor Hoffmann, More Magic
Convincing Control: Ed Marlo / Larry Jennings
Both Ed Marlo and Larry Jennings lay claim that this sleight is theirs. Larry Jennings has published his 'version' in 'The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings' (1986) and later in 'Jennings 67' (1997). Ed Marlo has published his 'version' in 'Marlos Magazine' (1988)
LePaul Spread: Paul LePaul 
Found in the book 'The Card Magic of LePaul' under the heading 'A Flourish and a Pass'. This move is also found in the video series 'Jeff McBrides Art of Card Manipulation, Volume 1'.
Zarrow Shuffle: Herb Zarrow 
There is a tremendous wealth of well documented knowledge concerning this move. It was detailed in depth in Genii Magazine, Volume 71, Feb 2008 (page 56). 'Zarrow, A Lifetime of Magic' was also published in 2008 and the moved was explained in even greater detail.
Snap Change: Ed Marlo (citations needed)
Horace Goldin created 'The Goldin Visible Change'. Ed Marlo has refined the move further. It can be found published in 'The Amateur Magician Handbook' (Henry Hay) or in video format in 'Art of Card Manipulation Volume 1'.
Erdnase Change: S.W. Erdnase 
First published in 'Expert at the Card Table' (1902), this change can also be found in number of other publications an videos. All of them credit the original publication as the source of this sleight.
Spread Cull force: Hofzinser
All sources credit Hofzinser with the creation of this sleight. It can be found published in 'Card College Volume 1' (1996, Robert Giobbi) as well as various videos.