Collection - Myron Momryk Ukrainian Canadian family history collection

Yes, Baba --- We will Remember Eleniak history and family tree Our family history: the descendents of Sylvester and Eudokia Fedeyko, 1835-1985 90 Years Later, 1895-1985: Family Histories, Iwan Halkow, 1848-1927, Iwan Kozakewich, 1849-1925. Deedo’s Children: A Story of John Hryhor of Nipawin, Saskatchewan The Kalynchuk Family History 1897-1993 A Voice From the Wilderness The Leskiw family: Pioneer Settlers; Stories from Galicia (Western Ukraine) to Brazil and Canada Generations: A Family History Look Who’s Coming: the Wachna Story
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Myron Momryk Ukrainian Canadian family history collection

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76 publications

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The Myron Momryk Ukrainian Canadian family history collection is an annotated bibliography that includes items housed in a number of institutions, with the majority held in Library and Archives Canada. Other institutions include Vancouver Public Library, Ottawa Public Library, Manitoba Legislative Library, Centenary Pioneer Recognition Program and the Alberta-Ukraine Genealogical Project, Family History Library (LDS) at Salt Lake City, and private collections. This collection contains 76 items about Ukrainian Canadian family history, and the items are comprised mainly of text, photographs, and maps. The publications in this collection are in English. This collection has been created in an effort to help researchers, genealogists and the general public access small-scale publications which have been primarily published by families.

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