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The Great Exodus: Ukrainians abroad express dismay at news in homeland

Author: Natalia A. Feduschak All articles by this author

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Dec. 22, 2011 23:59
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A group of Ukrainian immigrants in Clifton, New Jersey circa 1930. The photograph includes members of Ukrainian-Canadian scholar Frank E. Sysyn’s family – his grandfather, grandmother, three aunts and his uncle, John, who returned to his native village of Mshanets, Lviv Oblast at the age of 96 and lived to 100.
Photo by Courtesy of Frank E. Sysyn
Editor’s Note: For centuries, Ukrainians have left their homeland and gone abroad. Part 4 of The Great Exodus series explores how Ukrainians in North America define their cultural heritage.

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