Johnson, "One Hundred Years of Historical Writing on Modern Latin America by United States Historians," Hispanic American Historical Review, 64 (1985), p.
What does HAHR stand for?
HAHR stands for Hispanic American Historical Review
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of HAHR
- Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals (Texas)
- High Altitude High Opening
- Hospital Authority Head Office (Hong Kong)
- National Association on HIV Over Fifty
- Have A Happy Period (Always pad commercials)
- Have a Heart Paisley (national health demonstration project; UK)
- Hawaii Association of Health Plans (Honolulu, HI)
- Health and Human Performance (school; Canada)
- Half-Arabian Horse Registry
- Health Action for Human Rights (Philippines)
- HoofBeats Arabian Horse Registry
- Human Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor
- High Altitude High Release Dive Bomb
- Health and Human Rights Project (Jewish Voice for Peace)
- Horn of Africa Human Rights Watch (Kenya)
- Harry Ainlay High School (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Hayward Area Historical Society (est. 1956; Hayward, CA)
- Health and Human Services
- Heidelberg American High School (Heidelberg, Germany)
- Hospital and Health Services
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scardaville, "Alcohol Abuse and Tavern Reform in Late Colonial Mexico City," Hispanic American Historical Review 60 (1980): 643-671.
Schwartz, "The Manumission of Slaves in Colonial Brazil: Bahia, 1684-1745," Hispanic American Historical Review 55, no.