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  • UF Dukhobors
  • UF Doukobors
  • UF Doukhobours

336 Archival description results for Doukhobors

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100 Years: The Spirit Wrestlers

  • (S)G 911.1
  • Item
  • 1995

Blank greeting card featuring 100 Years. The Spirit Wrestlers: The Doukhobors. Includes a brief history of the emigration of Doukhobors from Russia to Canada in 1899. Card created by Koozma J. Tarasoff, designed by Angela Founev and published by the Spirit Wrestlers Associates.

50th Anniversary of the Doukhobors in Saskatchewan, Canada, 1899-1949

Booklet consisting of a series of photographs relating to the 50th anniversary of Doukhobors in Saskatchewan. Photographs by Angelo Movie Makers and H. Melmed of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Processed by Sun Photo Co. of Winnipeg. The image number is printed on the front of the photographs.

R-A25169: A re-enactment of the men hitched to wagons carrying supplies.

R-A25184: Two men demonstrating sawing.

R-A25186: An abandoned Doukhobor house.

R-A25187 to R-A25195: Doukhobor women with displays of their handicrafts. Doukhobor women taking bread out of an outdoor oven.

R-A25222: Doukhobor prayer home in Veregin.

A Doukhobor girl in the Blaine Lake area

  • S-B6770
  • Item
  • copied 1980 (originally created 1905?)

An unidentified Doukhobor girl standing next to a wooden building in the Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan district. Image possibly taken by Louis Cochin.

A Doukhobor village near Carlton

  • S-B6768
  • Item
  • copied 1980 (originally created 1905?)

Five unidentified Doukhobor people, likely children, standing outdoors with a settlement in the background. Image possibly taken by Louis Cochin. Caption on front of photographs reads as follows: Doukobors Carlton Sask.

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