Item 2008.024.c100 - Hawrysh, Nicholas

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Hawrysh, Nicholas

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CA BMUFA 0021-E-H-2008.024.c100

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  • 17 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Born on December 12, 1912, in the area of Michyn (????); his father Vasyl’ Hawrysh went to Canada from Horodenka in 1909; his mother’s nee is Nazarkiv (??), from Horodenka; father first settled in Michyn (??) (where his other co-villagers have settled), bought a homestead, then brought over Nicholas’ mother and sister; the family was Greek-Catholic; Western Michyn (??) was predominantly Ukrainian, there also were Norwegians, French and Germans; organized life proliferated in 1909-1910; Chytal’nia in Michyn (??); subscribed newspapers from Ukraine and USA, “Holos”; his father brought his library from Ukraine with him; school in Michyn (??) was called after Myroslav Sichyns’kyi; theatre plays; Nicholas was a teacher; his teachers were mostly Englishmen but some were Ukrainians (Mr. Sklianka); Nicholas finished 11 grades and went to the Instytut (???) in Saskatoon; his father was among those who created that Institute; his father became Orthodox for political reasons; he came to Institute in 1930 when Stechyshyn was its Rector; after graduating Nicholas went back to Michyn (??); Institute history; membership in “Kameniari”.

Part 2: Rector Stechyshyn; separate sections for girls and guys in the Institute; newspapers in the Institute; students protests; WWII events, Hawrysh went to the army, was in England; meeting Panchuk in London in Ukrainian Service; Panchuk’s wife, Cherniavs’ka; Dr. Savchuk; Hawrysh returned to Canada (to Michyn (???)) in 1945; continued his teaching career in the “Carpathian School” (for 2 years); then went to Saskatoon; DPs and disappointment; Liha vyzvolennia; CUC, Prof. Pavliuchenko; Ukrainian Orthodox in Canada.

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