The Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society is a peer-reviewed journal.
What does JRAHS stand for?
JRAHS stands for Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society
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- Japan Riding Association for the Disabled
- Joint Research and Development, Inc
- Joint Resource Assessment Database
- Judicial Recommendation against Deportation
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- Joint Resource Assessment Data System (US DoD)
- Joint Rapid Architecture Experimentation (Navy SPAWAR)
- Java Resource Accounting Framework
- Joint Registration Advisory Group
- James Ruse Agricultural High School (Sydney, Australia)
- Journal of Religion in Africa (est. 1967)
- Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (UK)
- Japan Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Industry Association
- Joint Research of Alternate Mondial Occurrences and Astralplanology
- Joint Readiness Automated Management System
- Joint Reliability Availability Management System (US DoD)
- Japan Radio Air Navigation Systems Association
- Joint Rear Area Operations Center (US DoD)
- Joint Review Agenda Record
- Jobs Results Appraisal Scale
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For similar outbreaks in Australian reformatories, sometimes instigated by Irish immigrant girls, see Noeline Williamson, ""Hymns, Songs and Blackguard Verses": Life in the Industrial and Reformatory School for Girls in New South Wales, Part 1, 1867-1887," Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society [Australia], Vol.
Gordon Richardson's appeared in the Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, volume 62, 1976-77 (pp.
Growth and Change: the Society 1955-1985', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol.
Consolidated Index of the Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 1901 to 1985, volumes 1-70 [36 microfiche].
Articles `Some aspects of police administration in New South Wales, 1825-1851', Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, vol.