Interview with Anne Elias 1.2

Dublin Core

Title

Interview with Anne Elias 1.2

Subject

language
friends
neighbors
softball
cancer
family history

Date

2003-02-25

Format

audio

Identifier

2003-091-002

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Kuranicheva, Anna

Interviewee

Elias, Anne

OHMS Object Text

5.4 Interview with Anne Elias 1.2 2003-091-002 08:28 U1 Local Cultures Elias, Anne Kuranicheva, Anna mp3 2003-091-002.mp3 0 http://206.12.88.230:8080/lcp/2003/2003-091-002.mp3 Other audio English 0 Ukrainian language What was your first language? What language did you speak at home? Theie first language was Ukrainian. Then, once they started going to school, they would speak both Ukrainian and English at home. In junior high and high school she took Ukrainian lessons. language 53.55014, -113.46871 17 Interview location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 63 Neighbours and friends Who were your nearest neighbours? Describes neighbours who lived around them. Her grandparents lived to the north from them. There were mostly Ukrainians in the area. Anne's aunt Vic was her best friend. Children would play tag, and skip the rope. The friends would go to dances, play sports together. Anne was a very good soft ball player. Having lived on the farm, kids would play around, there were always chores, work to be done. They would visit the neighbours. Of other neighbours, Anne remembers the Taylors and the Simpsons who were Metis. friends ; neighbours ; softball 364 Family history Did anyone in your family collected family history? Anne just started collecting family history, because there was a great number of cancers in her family. She took notes of children and their families, and what types of cancer they had. Anne mentioned they didn't have many photographs, and she regreted that. cancer ; family history No transcript. audio 0

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“Interview with Anne Elias 1.2,” Local Cultures, accessed April 16, 2021, https://localcultures.ukrfolk.ca/items/show/6.