Item 2008.024.c105 - Kindrachuk, Fedir

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Kindrachuk, Fedir

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CA BMUFA 0021-K-2008.024.c105

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  • 25 Nov. 1982 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: His family was Catholic but converted into Orthodoxy; he has a BA; attended a regular Canadian school (teachers Havryniuk (??); Fr. Savchuk); all students were Ukrainian but had to hide Ukrainian books outside of school; Ukrainian classes from 4pm till 5pm; after 8 Grade went to High School in Saskatoon in 1928; Rector Yulian Stechyshyn (??) of the Mohyla Institute; Instytut Sheptyts’koho; Tymashchuk (??) from Ottawa; Terishchuk (??); Margus (??); ????forb (??); History lectures at the Institute; about 120 students of both sexes; student life; SUS; competition with UNO; SUMC; Bohdan Panchuk; he started teaching near Saskatoon in town Lenya (??) from 1934-35 through 1942-43; CUC; Panchuk; DPs; Vynnychenko - chlen rady; Fr. Stopniak (??); Ukrainian Communists; Institute now and then; library in Narodnyi Dim; “Ukrains’kyi holod”, “Vistnyk”; SUS helping; Hasan (??) the conductor at the Institute, baritone, used to sing in the Koshyts’ choir; change of the school organization - decline of Ukrainian schools.

Part 2: Ukrainians schools “Kolomyia” and “Kyiv”; 4 Ukrainian schools run by Knashchuk (??), Kystiuk (??), Dymeryha (??), and Kindrachuk; very active Ukrainian life; conscription issues during WWII; Stechyshyn - Head of SUS in Saskatoon; Sechuk (??); Dr. Boykovych (??); Dr. Drygan; Hnatyshyn (??); Stechyshyn; Stratiychuk (??).

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