Collection includes items reflecting the lives of Canada’s early Ukrainian settlers — photos, documents, agricultural implements, and household utensils
The breadpan used for kneading and preparing dough. In Ukrainian, it is called a koryto or netsky.
This early 20th century metal dough pan was utilized for the rising of dough. It doubled as a dish basin.
This is a type of butter churn that was common in many countries from the late 18th century to the early 20th century.
This winnowing sieve (resheto) was used to separate the grain from the chaff by shaking the contents up and down and allowing the chaff to blow away in the wind.
This tool is a wool carder used to comb the wool, smoothing the wool to help straighten it to prepare it for spinning into yarn.
Tall Butter Churn
This tall butter churn (maslynka) was made in 1930.
This agricultural tool is a scythe (kosa) that was used for cutting hay.
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