Immigration Ukrainian-Canadian

Papers and proceedings of the Immigration Conference, 7 June 1975, held at St. Vladimir Institute, 620 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, sponsored by the Ukrainian Canadian Committee, Ontario Council and the Canadian Ukrainian Immigrant Aid Society
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Statementedited by J. B. Gregorovich.
ContributionsGregorovich, J. B., Ukrainian Canadian Committee. Ontario Council., Canadian Ukrainian Immigrant Aid Society.
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LC ClassificationsJV7285.U4 I57 1975
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 98 p. :
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Open LibraryOL4229769M
LC Control Number80510020

Immigration Ukrainian-Canadian: Papers and proceedings of the Immigration Conference, 7 Juneheld at St. Vladimir Institute, Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, sponsored by the Ukrainian Canadian Committee, Ontario Council and the Canadian Ukrainian Immigrant Aid Society [Ont.) ( Gregorovich, J.

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