Item 2008.024.c181-182 - Stetchishin, Savella

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Stetchishin, Savella

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CA BMUFA 0021-S-2008.024.c181-182

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  • 16 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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2 audio cassettes (=3 audio files)

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Part 1: Nee - Voleniuk (??); Halychyna, Sokal’ region, village Kuberkovychi (??); her father was rich, so they came to Canada for political reasons, not financial; came to Canada with her parents in 1913, when she was 9; settled in Saskatchewan Province, on a farm; the family was Catholic; parents sent her and 2 brothers to the Petro Mohyla Institute in Saskatoon in 1917; Ukrainian life on the farms; Vasyl’ Svystun; Institute’s Choir; Belgium priests, Budka against the Institute; a movement against Rome Catholicism; decision to create the Orthodox Church in 1918; Ukrainian schools and life; SUMC, Panchuk; Dr. Simovych from USA; Dr. Nazaruk; Congress of 1922; students’ organization “Kaminiari”; students’ debates; Catholic students becoming Orthodox ones; UNO; Helen Peters (??); Soiuz ukrainok; Savella finished Teachers College and was teaching; Kliub divchat; Tovarystvo Olhy Kobylians’koi created in 1923; Kharytia Kononenko.

Part 2: Soiuz Ukrainok Ameryky created in 1925; Soiuz Ukrainok Kanady created in 1926; ekzekutyva, 2 sections (one was in Winnipeg with Mrs. Svystun being its Head; another one in Saskatoon with Savella being its Head); Samostiinyky; Konovalets’ visit in 1928; Sushko’s visit; UNO; Ukrains’kyi holos; Myroslav Stechyshyn (??); Mykhailo Stechyshyn (??); Svystun; Svystun and Savchuk; Fr. Kudryk; Savella got a job after the University to give lectures in the area (teaching about Ukrainian embroideries, healthy eating, etc); the name of “samostiinyky”; Stella went to Europe in 1928; Bishops Khomyshyn and Kontselovs’kyi (??) in Halychyna; a writer Andriy Chaikovs’kyi (??) in Kolomyia; “Mariis’ki druzhyny”; Peremyshl’s’kii divochyi instytut; Prof. Mykhailo Vozniak; Panchuk and him teaching at Ridna shkola; CUC creation; Tracy Phillips; Fr. Kushnir; UCSA.

Part 3: Raising money and sending off packages; CUC Congresses; DPs; Liha vyzvolennia Ukrainy; Dontsov.

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