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Title#29. Material History Bulletin (Spring 1989)
Alternative TitleBulletin d'histoire de la culture matérielle #29
SubjectMaterial culture--Canada
Ukrainians--Canada, Western
Architecture, Ukrainian--Canada, Western
Orthodox Eastern church buildings
Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Portage la Prairie, Man.)
Architecture, Byzantine--Canada, Western
Draught animals
Stoves, Wood--Canada, Western
PublisherCanadian Museum of Civilization and National Museum of Science and Technology
Place of PublicationOttawa, ON
ContributorsKlymasz, Robert B. (Robert Bogdan), 1936- (editor)
Rider, Peter E. (editor)
Rider, Geoff (editor)
Lehr, John Campbell
Goa, David J.
Hryniuk, Stella M., 1939-
Melnycky, Peter
Bilash, Radomir Borislaw
ContentsIntroduction -- Articles: The Ukrainian sacred landscape: a metaphor of survival and acculturation by John C. Lehr -- Three urban parishes: a study of sacred space by David J. Goa -- A heritage lost: the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, 1927-1983 by Stella Hryniuk -- Draught horses and harnesses among early Ukrainian settlers in East-Central Alberta by Peter Melnycky -- Ukrainian peel ovens in Western Canada by Radomir B. Bilash -- Research Reports: Crosses of East Slavic Christianity among Ukrainians in Western Canada by A. M. Kostecki -- Settling in: tools and farming techniques of the early Ukrainian pioneers by Michael Ewanchuk -- Documenting Ukrainian-Canadian Churches in Alberta by Diana Thomas -- Ukrainian grave markers in East-Central Alberta by Bohdan Medwidsky -- Contemporary Ukrainian-Canadian grave markers in urban Southern Ontario by Enrico Carlson-Cumbo -- A Ukrainian Church exhibit at the Canadian Museum of Civilization by Brad Loewen -- Building the little house on the prairies: Ukrainian technology, Canadian resources by Roman Fodchuk -- Research Notes --Exhibitions and Collections -- Viewpoints
Physical Extent127 p. : ill.
Resource TypeElectronic journal; Periodical
SourceCape Breton University
LanguageEng; Fre
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
Journal HistoryThe Material History Bulletin was published 1976-Fall 1990 (nos. 1-32). The name was then changed to the Material History Review, published Spring 1991-Fall 2005 (nos. 33-62). The name changed again to Material Culture Review, Spring 2006 (no. 63)-present. Published semiannually.
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CollectionMaterial Culture Review