HAHRHispanic American Historical Review
HAHRHealth Action for Human Rights (Philippines)
HAHRHuman Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
HAHRHoofBeats Arabian Horse Registry
HAHRHalf-Arabian Horse Registry
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"The making and evolution of the Argentine economic elite: the example of the Senillosas", en: HAHR, 83,3, USA.
Barickman, "A Bit of Land, Which They Call a Roca": Slave Provision Grounds in the Bahian Reconcavo, 1780-1860," HAHR, 74:4, 1994, 649-683; for published contemporary references to the internal economy of slavery in Ilheus see Maximilian, "Mato Virgem," 361.
Large-scale studies have addressed issues related to, for instance, male and female students' performance at school and their post-school pathways (Collins, Kenway, & McLeod, 2000), boys' educational needs (Lingard, Martino, Mills, & Hahr, 2002), and boys' school-based literacy achievements (Alloway et al., 2002).
James King, "The Case of Jose Ponciano de Ayarza: A Document of Gracias al Sacar", HAHR 31 (1951): 640-645.
She served as presi dent of the Society for the History of Discoveries from 1975 to 1977 and associate editor of the HAHR from 1976 to 1980.
(16.) Hahr S, Hentze H, Englisch S, Hardt D, Fackelmayer FO, Hesch RD, et al.