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This award is made to individuals who have been nominated by one of the constituents of the Federation as making an exceptional contribution to the understanding, preservation and promotion of Australian history through the historical society movement. Individuals recognised have demonstrated:
• their ability to work through the community history movement to achieve a high level of historical competence in research and/or publication of historical material with significance at a national level; or
• leadership in advancing the community history nationally.
Nominations received from constituents are considered at the time of the FAHS Annual General Meeting and endorsed by the AGM.
The award carries with it the use of the acronym FFAHS
List of people who have been awarded Fellowship of the FAHS.