Item 2008.024.c006 - Andruschak, Fedir

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Andruschak, Fedir

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CA BMUFA 0021-A-B-2008.024.c006

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  • 20 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Was born in Halychyna, Radykhiv povit, on April 14, 1907. He is Orthodox but initially his relatives were probably Catholics. They already had an uncle and grandfather in Canada. His father emigrated in about 1912-1913. His brother was at that time 4 y.o. and sister 2 y.o. Coming via Amsterdam to Halifax. Got some disease during the trip and was held in a quarantine upon arrival. His father died when he was 7. He was adopted by childless relatives, and stayed with them till the end of the school term. There was no Ukrainian schools back then. He became a teacher. Catholics and Orthodox relations. Ukrainian teachers and students. Stechyshyn (???) was a rector of the Orthodox Institute. Hnatyshyn, Matiuk, Dr. Savitsky (???) were his unofficial deputies. Sencus was one of the best friends of Andruschak. Teacher’s responsibilities and curriculum. Church choir.

Part 2: Soiuz ukrainskykh samostiinykiv. Father Pliak (??). Creation of the CUC. Congresses of the CUC. DPs and helping them, and relations with the newcomers.

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