|Creator:||Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society (Cleveland, Ohio).|
|Abstract:||Records (1966- ) of the Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society consist of information pertaining to the reunion gathering of Ukrainian emigrants from the region of Jaroslaw and the borderland west of the River Sian in ukraine.|
|Quantity:||1 linear in.|
|Language:||In Ukrainian and English.|
A cultural organizaton, the Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society was founded in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1963 and reorganized in Chicago, Ill. in 1965. It is currently based in Cleveland, Ohio. The Society is composed of Ukrainians who emigrated following World War II from the region of Jaroslaw and the borderland west of the River Sian. The Society is typical of regional societies formed by Ukrainian immigrants.
The Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society, Cleveland, Ohio collection is available for public research.
The Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society, Cleveland, Ohio collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Reseach Center, University of Minnesota.
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The Ukrainian Jaroslaw Society, Cleveland, Ohio Records, Ukrainian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Ukrainian Americans--Societies, etc.|
|Ukrainian Americans--Social life and customs.|
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