Item 2008.024.c157 - Rutich, Katherine

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Rutich, Katherine

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    CA BMUFA 0021-P-R-2008.024.c157

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    • 31 Mar. 1984 (Creation)

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    1 audio cassette (=1 audio file)

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    Part 1: Came to Canada in 1929 from Ukraine (village Zhulyn, Lviv oblast, Stryi raion) when she was 15; nee Chaban; came to her brother on a farm; moved later to [?]; Robitnycha orhanizatsiia; married there and lived there until 1941; she finished 6 grades of a village school; family was Catholic; her father was deputy chairman (zastupnyk viita); her brother in Canada converted to Orthodox; her route to Canada: Gdansk - London - Halifax - Montreal - Saskatoon. There were 12 children in her family; Mark Polunychka sent her a ticket and she moved to [?], worked there in a hotel; big Ukrainian community; Drama Festival; moving to Victoria with her husband; deportation of Ukrainians in the 1930s; Robitnycha orhanizatsia opened a kitchen soup; Communists; Ukrainian school in Victoria; demise of the Robitnychyi rukh in Victoria.

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        The transcript was provided by Karen Newton. Katherine Rutich was her grandfather's nephew's wife.

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