22 Archival description results for proverbs
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- CA BMUFA 0056
The collection consists of field materials collected by Anna-Marie Kryschuk as part of her assignments for the folklore courses she took at the University of Alberta. It includes collected folk remedies, and folk songs performed during vinkopletennia (wreath weaving ritual).
- CA BMUFA 0069
Collection of texts of songs and verses collected by Christine Nebozuk for her UKR-421 Ukrainian Folklore class at the University of Alberta from informants from Western Ukraine. Contains text to songs given by informants.
- CA BMUFA 0057-UF1977.003
A collection of proverbs and beliefs relating to folk medicine collected from various informants: Maria Basarab, John Martyniuk and Paraskevia Kostiuk.
Maria Basarab came to Canada in 1951 from Kryve village in Kozova raion, Ternopil' region.
John Martyniuk was born in Canada, near Mundare, in 1912.
Paraskevia Kostiuk came to Canada from Ukraine in 1963 (she was 66 years old at the time of the interview).
- CA BMUFA 0062-UF1977.004
The collection of proverbs and beliefs consists of field notes by Demjan Hohol made during his fieldwork project for UKR-421 course in October-November 1977. It includes proverbs written down from respondents and their equivalents from Plaviuk and other sources.
- CA BMUFA 0034
- 1979, 1980
A collection of texts of songs, proverbs and customs collected from informants in Alberta. Appendix contains text of a religious letter from Father Kuban.
- CA BMUFA 0062
The collection consists of fieldwork materials and essays collected by Demjan Hohol for folklore courses.
- CA BMUFA 0070-UF1978.009
This project includes a collection of proverbs and sayings with sources from informants from western Ukraine.
- CA BMUFA 0082
This collection includes songs collected by Ihor Kruk in 1973 in Kuban' from the woman who was born in 1894 and moved to Kuban' in 1905, and proverbs collected in 1977 in Canada.
- CA BMUFA 0105
This collection includes an essay on proverbs, riddles, and sayings along with a book review for the courses Ukrainian 423 and Ukrainian 422.
- CA BMUFA 0070
The collection consists of fieldwork materials collected by Nadia Dmitriuk for her Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Alberta and include proverbs and sayings, as well as wedding songs and other traditional songs.
- CA BMUFA 0043
Collection of proverbs (in type form and handwritten) from Nicholas Kostyniuk. He compiled this collection gradually. Nicholas wrote down many of the proverbs from his mother Anne who used them a lot at home. He finished working on the collection in late 1980s-early 1990s and then found his notes only in 2001. Bishop Yakymyshyn said they were valuable and needed to be kept. A Basilian seminarian Yuriy typed them up. He preferred standard literary language.
A copy of the local history book from the location in Ukraine where Elizabeth's great grandmother came is enclosed.
- CA BMUFA 0067-UF1978.002
A collection of Ukrainian provers collected in Alberta for the UKR-421 course and their explanations. The sources include following interviewees: Dmytro Petriw (Roman's father), Bohdan Medwidsky, prof. Zujewsky, pani Prits', pani Ianyshevs'ka, prof. Carlton, Zenon Paranych (Roman's grandfather), maestro Kolesnyk, pani Husak, pan Vasyliv.
- CA BMUFA 0067
The collection consists of Ukrainian proverbs, jokes and comic tales collected in Alberta for Ukrainian Folklore courses taken by Roman at the University of Alberta.