|Creator:||Sichynskyi, Myroslav, 1887-|
|Abstract:||Papers (1912-1979) of Myroslav Sichynsky consist of family and general correspondence, speeches, form letters, collection lists, flyers concerning his lecture tours in the United States, reports and appeals by the Ukrainian National Association and Ukrainian Fraternal Association, miscellaneous publications, newspaper clippings on Ukrainian and general world affairs, 6 color slides, and a taped interview with Sichynsky.|
|Quantity:||1.1 linear ft.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian and English.|
Myroslav Sichynsky (1887-1979), a political and social activist, was born in Chernykhivtsi, Ukraine. In 1908, he assassinated the governor of Galicia, A. Pototski, in retaliation for the killing of Ukrainian peasants during the diet election of the same year. He was then forced to leave Ukraine and in 1914 arrived in America. In the 1930s, Sichynsky was the president of the Ukrainian Workingmen's Association (now the Ukrainian Fraternal Association). He died in Detroit, Michigan.
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The Sichynsky, Myroslav Papers, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ukrainian Americans--Societies, etc.|
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