Item 2008.024.c108 - Kolysher, Peter

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Kolysher, Peter

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CA BMUFA 0021-K-2008.024.c108

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  • 19 Aug. 1983 (Creation)

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1 audio cassette (=2 audio files)

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Part 1: Real name - Kolyshir; came to Canada on June 8, 1928, to Saskatoon; was conscripted to the army in 1925-1926; was born in a village near Kolomyia; was born in 1903; there were many people in Saskatoon from his village; Prosvita Hall in Saskatoon; Mohyla Institute; Strilets’ka Hromada; 1932 - Bratske Tovarystvo katolykiv; Bosyi in Hetmanska hromada, Kolysher was its secretary; members paid $3 per year; Het’manets’ moved to Saskatoon in 1937; Julian Stechyshyn; Zarebko (??) and Lypyns’kyi; CUC and Het’mantsi; bezrobitna orhanizatsiia pry parafii; Fr. Hrebiniuk; CUC, Pravoslavna hromada, UNO, Hetmanska orhanizatsiia in Saskatoon; Bratstvo ukrainskykh katolykiv; Bosyi; a visit of Het’manets’; Kosar; Ukrainian Communists; rentin Book store for meetings of UNO and Strilets’ka hromada; at a farm near Evton (??) organized a viddil of ??????; BUC (??) appeared in 1932; Panchuk.

Part 2: (talking about people on a picture): Fedir Konoval’chuk; Fr. Mykhaylo Palekh (??); Petro Kulyshir; Koval’chuk; Vasyl’tsiv; Kushniryk; Stefan Hnalyi (??) - his son is married to Savaryn’s daughter; Shalyi (??); Sasyns’kyi (??); Ivan Kostiuns’kyi (??); Saranchuk; Fedir Ralyk (??); Ivan Shchublyk (??); Ivan Derba; Mykola Shabaga (??); Petro Krylets’kyi (???); creation of BUC in Saskatoon in 1932; Samostiinyky and Orthodox church; CUC creation, Fr. Kushnir; Prof. George Simpson; Corconal (??); Dr. Pavliuchenko; Prof. Andrusyshyn; Congresses of CUC; Ukrainian Canadians during WWI and WWII; DPs coming to Canada (expectations and reality); meetings of the Het’mantsi; Mykhailo Het’man; women in Het’mans’ka orhanizatsiia (Anna Ravs’ka) but no women’s section; Bosyi; Dobrovil’ne Tovarystvo was created on November 5, 1936 (parafiial’nis pravy) as a helping medium, Pushchak (??) - one of the founders of BUC; Kosar; Kredytova spilka in 1937; Vasyl’tsiv was the Head; Tkachuk; helping Karpats’ka Ukraina.

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