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- CA BMUFA UF1994.023.c235
This item contains two interviews with unknown females. The first interviewee was born in Russia in 1909. She talks about the place where she lived and family members that were starving and being deported to Siberia. She then talks about coming to Canada and what she and her husband did in Canada. She talks about the church and being Lutheran and Evangelic.
The second interviewee's parents came from Poland and she was raised in a Lutheran family. Her family left to Ukraine and then came to Canada in 1927 and moved to Alberta in 1928.
The tape also contains music recordings
- CA BMUFA 0033-7-1993.056
This essay analyzes the organic and superorganic natures of folklore in contemporary folklore theories.
- CA BMUFA 0263-7-1994-15
- November 2, 1994
Part of Halyna Klid collection
Klid talks about the exile of Ukraine's former president, and distance learning in Alberta.