UK Archival Thesaurus (UKAT)

  1. Habeas Corpus Act 1679 c2
  2. Haberdashers
  3. Haberdashery
  4. Habitat conservation
  5. Habitats
  6. Habitual Criminals Act 1869 c99
  7. Habitual Drunkards Act 1879 c19
  8. Hacking (computers) USE Data protection
  9. Hackney carriages
  10. Hackney carriages (horse-drawn)
  11. Hackney Coaches etc. Act 1694 c22
  12. Haematologic agents
  13. Haematology
  14. Haemic and immune systems
  15. Haemic and lymphatic diseases
  16. Haemodialysis
  17. Haemodynamics
  18. Haemoglobins
  19. Haemophilia
  20. Haemophilus infections
  21. Haemophilus vaccines
  22. Haemorrhage
  23. Haemorrhagic diathesis
  24. Haemorrhoea Petechialis USE Petechial haemorrhage
  25. Haemostasis
  26. Hagiography
  27. Hair
  28. Hair diseases
  29. Hairdressers
  30. Hairdressing
  31. Hairpowder duty
  32. Hairpowder tax
  33. Hallmarking
  34. Hallmarking Act 1973 c43
  35. Halloween
  36. Halls
  37. Hallucinogenic drugs USE Narcotic drugs
  38. Hallucinogens USE Narcotic drugs
  39. Halogenated hydrocarbons
  40. Halogens
  41. Ham
  42. Hamar
  43. Hamar (African people) USE Hamar
  44. Hamitic languages
  45. Hamsters
  46. Hand
  47. Hand injuries
  48. Handball
  49. Handbooks USE Guides
  50. Handcarts
  51. Handguns
  52. Handicapped USE Disabled persons
  53. Handicapped children USE Disabled children
  54. Handicapped education USE Special education
  55. Handicapped people USE Mentally disabled people
  56. Handicaps USE Disabilities
  57. Handicraft USE Handicrafts
  58. Handicrafts
  59. Handicrafts education
  60. Handwriting
  61. Handwriting instruction
  62. Hang gliding
  63. Hanging
  64. Hangings
  65. Hanoverian period
  66. Harbors USE Harbours
  67. Harbour and coastal engineering
  68. Harbouring criminals
  69. Harbouring of inmates and vagabonds USE Harbouring criminals
  70. Harbours
  71. Harbours Act 1964 c40
  72. Harbours and Passing Tolls Act 1861 c47
  73. Harbours and Ports USE Harbours
  74. Hardware
  75. Hardware industry
  76. Hardware shops
  77. Hardware stores USE Hardware shops
  78. Hares
  79. Harmful substances USE Dangerous materials
  80. Harness makers
  81. Harness making
  82. Harnesses
  83. Harp music
  84. Harpists
  85. Harps
  86. Harpsichord music
  87. Harvesting
  88. Harvests USE Harvesting
  89. HASAWA USE Occupational health and safety
  90. Hat making
  91. Hat trade
  92. Hatchments
  93. Hatmaking USE Hat making
  94. Hats
  95. Hatters
  96. Haulage
  97. Haulage industry USE Distribution services
  98. Hauliers
  99. Hausa
  100. Hawaiian
  101. Hawking
  102. Haystacks
  103. Hazardous materials USE Dangerous materials
  104. Hazardous substances USE Dangerous materials
  105. Hazards (environmental health) USE Environmental health
  106. Hazards (occupational) USE Occupational health and safety
  107. Hazelnuts
  108. Head
  109. Head and neck cancers
  110. Head injuries
  111. Head teachers USE Educational administrators
  112. Headache
  113. Headborough
  114. Headgear
  115. Headmasters USE Educational administrators
  116. Headmistresses USE Teachers
  117. Heads of state
  118. Healers
  119. Health
  120. Health administration
  121. Health advice
  122. Health and hygiene USE Health
  123. Health and safety at school USE Occupational health and safety
  124. Health and safety at work USE Occupational health and safety
  125. Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 c37
  126. Health and welfare legislation
  127. Health assessments
  128. Health authorities
  129. Health boards USE Boards of health
  130. Health care USE Health services
  131. Health care (armed forces) USE Armed forces
  132. Health centres USE Medical centres
  133. Health centres (NHS) USE Medical centres
  134. Health clubs
  135. Health economics
  136. Health education
  137. Health expectancy
  138. Health expenditure USE Health economics
  139. Health facilities
  140. Health farms
  141. Health hazards (environmental) USE Environmental health
  142. Health hazards (occupational) USE Occupational health and safety
  143. Health in the community services USE Health services
  144. Health indicators
  145. Health inequalities USE Health
  146. Health insurance
  147. Health insurance (private) USE Private health insurance
  148. Health organizations
  149. Health personnel
  150. Health policy
  151. Health professionals USE Health personnel
  152. Health promotion USE Health education
  153. Health screening
  154. Health services
  155. Health services (school) USE Health services
  156. Health Services Act 1976 c83
  157. Health Services Act 1980 c53
  158. Health services administration
  159. Health Services and Public Health Act 1968 c46
  160. Health statistics
  161. Health Visiting and Social Work (Training) Act 1962 c33
  162. Health visitors
  163. Health, nutrition and care USE Care
  164. Healthy eating
  165. Hearing
  166. Hearing aids
  167. Hearing diseases USE Ear diseases
  168. Hearing impaired USE Deaf
  169. Hearing impairment USE Hearing impairments
  170. Hearing impairments
  171. Hearing tests
  172. Heart
  173. Heart arrest
  174. Heart disease and stroke USE Heart diseases
  175. Heart diseases
  176. Heart function tests
  177. Heart surgery
  178. Heart transplantation
  179. Heart Valve Diseases
  180. Heart valves
  181. Hearth tax
  182. Hearth-money USE Hearth tax
  183. Heat
  184. Heat exhaustion
  185. Heat pumps
  186. Heat storage
  187. Heat transfer
  188. Heaths USE Heaths (habitats)
  189. Heaths (habitats)
  190. Heating
  191. Heating engineering USE Thermal engineering
  192. Heating engineers
  193. Heating equipment
  194. Heating systems
  195. Heavy goods vehicles
  196. Heavy metals
  197. Heavy water
  198. Hebrew
  199. Hebrew language USE Hebrew
  200. Hebrew literature