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All Of Baba's Children

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The story of one woman’s personal discovery of her Canadian-Ukrainian cultural origins and the impact of that invigorating discovery on her life. A must-read for those interested in the history of all the peoples who helped shape and enrich Canada with their unique cultures.
Published May 16th 1992 by NeWest Press
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Jan 17, 2009 Glynda rated it it was amazing
About the Ukrainian immigrants who came to Canada to homestead on the prairies - the ordeals they had to go through, and the treatment they endured. This was an eye-opening book - very interesting and provided a good historical perspective.
Aug 01, 2011 Caroline rated it really liked it
Since my mother was from this area, it was interesting to see the hardships endured by the early Ukrainian immigrants. They survived and am so glad that our wonderful culture can now be appreciated.
Aug 20, 2015 Elizabeth rated it liked it
Interesting, especially if you have unkrainian ancestry. It is difficult to imagine the hardships that our grandparents and great grandparents had. Because of their knowledge, hardships and difficult lives, they paved the way for a great future for generations to come.
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Born and raised in Edmonton, AB, award-winning non-fiction writer Myrna Kostash is the author of nine books, including All of Baba’s Children and The Doomed Bridegroom. In addition to contributing articles to various magazines, such as Geist, Canadian Geographic, and Legacy, Kostash has written radio documentaries and theatre playscripts. Her creative non-fiction has appeared in numerous Canadian ...more
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