Interview with Anne Elias 2.4
Interview with Anne Elias 2.4
bees (social events)
work at home
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5.4 Interview with Anne Elias 2.4 2003-091-014 15:09 U2 Local Cultures Elias, Anne Kuranicheva, Anna mp3 2003-091-014.mp3 0 http://126.96.36.199:8080/lcp/2003/2003-091-014.mp3 Other audio English 7 Friends, relatives, neighbors, and spare time Parents’ friends and neighbors, and relationships with them that were pretty good helping each other. Occasions to get together with neighbors: Sunday and holidays visits, attending family special events like christenings and weddings. Work-bees to do some work together. Home schedule: early to bed (before 8 pm, if 9 pm - that was very late), early to rise (6-7 am) to have breakfast and go to school. There was no radio to listen and too dark to read. Spare time for children: " ; to horse around," ; also horse-riding. Almost no spare time for adults: sitting down and talking, neighbours visits as well. bees (social events) ; farming ; friends ; holidays ; home ; neighbors ; work at home 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta 252 Ethnicity and cultural groups Metis as neighbors, communication with them, inviting them for family events. Ukrainian new-comers in the community, and relationships with earlier settlers. Ethnic self-identification as Ukrainians and/or Austrians (second for the first generation filling out formal forms and documents), also as Galicians and/or Bukovynians, where the latter two were most often rather than Ukrainian. Anne's mother was from Bukovyna, and father from Halychyna. Sometimes the term " ; Galitsiany" ; was used. Austrians ; Bukovyna ; Halychyna ; Metis ; Ukrainians cultural groups ; ethnic groups ; ethnicity ; neighbors 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta 544 Family relations Decision making in the family: mostly mother made decisions. When disciplining children, they were more afraid of father rather than of mother. Forms and ways to address parents. Children punishment for misbehaving: spankings and scoldings. Rewarding for good behavior: pray. Fights between the brothers and sisters - there were five in the family. decision making ; disciplines ; families ; family life ; punishment ; sibling rivalry ; siblings 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta 723 Letter writing The family did not keep in touch with their relatives back in Ukraine. Maybe, because of the postal problems: a post-office was about 20 miles from the farmstead. letters (correspondence) ; post offices ; postage stamps 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta 769 Relatives in other places in Canada A far away distance was of about 20 miles away. Seeing each other at Khram at grandmother's house. Khram kinship 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta 825 Heirlooms Objects of sentimental or emotional value that have been passed down to offspring: little things from mother and father taken from the house for memory. heirlooms ; material culture 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta 864 Being happy in Canada Though never discussing that with her older relatives, Anne assumes that both her parents and grandparents were happy with their life in Canada. life 53.532689, -113.506362 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta No transcript. audio 0
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