Interview with Nick Ochotta 1.4

Dublin Core

Title

Interview with Nick Ochotta 1.4

Subject

community
neighbors
entertainment and recreation
radio
reading

Date

2004-05-13

Format

audio

Identifier

2004-091-0515

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Chernevych, Andriy

Interviewee

Ochotta, Nick

OHMS Object Text

5.4 Interview with Nick Ochotta 1.4 2004-091-0515 16:10 U1 Local Cultures Ochotta, Nick Chernevych, Andriy mp3 2004-091-0515.mp3 0 http://206.12.88.230:8080/lcp/2004/2004-091-0515.mp3 Other audio English 0 Neighbours and community They had Kawalchuk, Bordnuk, Gordie, Baraniuk, and then Zhevoluk as neighbours (spelling of names unknown). They were Ukrainians, but they came from all different areas in Ukraine and area. They had Ukrainians and some Belorussians. Talks about other names of people in the area. They would go out to the lake frequently. His parents' friends were his friends' parents. Everyone was friendly. If you went to town to go shopping, you wouldn't lock the house, you would just go. They played ball. Some people would make homemade skates, but he never learnt how to skate. The rich kids in town would play hockey. community ; neighbors 53.534444, -113.490278 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 54.587417, -112.803361 17 Locality: Boyle, Alberta, Canada 359 Pasttimes His family played records on gramophone, some reading, listen to the radio (at the neighbours). They didn't get a radio until maybe 1939. It was a big entertainment for them. There were Norwegians, English, Hungarians in the area. Talks about his family and community histories he has participated in. entertainment and recreation ; radio ; reading No transcript. audio 0 https://localcultures.ukrfolk.ca/ohms/render.php?cachefile=

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