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First Wave of Ukrainian Immigration to Canada, 1891-1914
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Dennis Moysiuk
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Interior of a Ukrainian house.
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Ukrainian Pioneer Log Church, St. Elias Ukrainian Orthodox Church (1909), Sirko, Manitoba.
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Ukrainian settler with oxen and wagon in east-central Alberta.
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"Galician Sleigh" with horses at "Galician Hay Market" in Edmonton.
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A Ukrainian-style hand-made indoor oven (pich).
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A sicle (serp) of the kind used by many Ukrainian settlers in western Canada.
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Scythe with handle.
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Scythe (kosa) with snath-handle (kysija) and cradle (hrabky).
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A mattock (dzhagan) with handle made of oak.
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Clearing lands with a mattock at Winnipeg Beach.
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Harvesting with sickles on a homestead.
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Cutting wheat with a cradle-scythe at Stuartburn, Manitoba.
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A riddle or sieve  (ryshyto) brought from Ukraine in 1902.
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The Radomsky windmill at Foley, Manitoba.
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Holy Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Church in Candiak built in 1913.
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First Childen's School of Association of Ukrainian Labour Temple. Teacher - Peter Nykoliak.
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The Ukrainian Labour Temple.
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