One Immigrant's Saga: The Sheptycky Colony in Quebec

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Title
One Immigrant's Saga: The Sheptycky Colony in Quebec
Abstract
Memoirs and letters of Pylyp Andrusyshyn, one of the pioneers who attempted to establish the Sheptycky colony and Studite Monastery in the Abitibi region of Quebec in the 1920s. The colony failed during the Depression. French-speaking settlers took possession of the land and in 1936 renamed the colony Lac Castagnier.
Book Title
New Soil - Old Roots: The Ukrainian Experience in Canada
Place
Winnipeg
Publisher
Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Canada
Date
1983
Pages
58-70
Language
en
Citation
Rozumnyj, Jaroslav. “One Immigrant’s Saga: The Sheptycky Colony in Quebec.” In New Soil - Old Roots: The Ukrainian Experience in Canada, edited by Jaroslav Rozumnyj, 58–70. Winnipeg: Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in Canada, 1983.
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