Canadian Serbs: a History of Their Social and Cultural Traditions : (1856-2002)

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Batlik, 2002 - Canada - 472 pages
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An excellent compilation of the history of the Canadian Serbs. Prof. Vladislav Tomovic (now deceased) documents the arrival of Serbs in Canada, their efforts to build up their churches and communities. In particular Windsor Serbs are features as Dr. Tomovic attended U of Windsor, and later taught at Brock University (St. Catherines). Additionally over 600 individual biographies are listed. Certainly an epic undertaking and a good reference for the Serbian kids to read and understand their forefather's roots as immigrants to Canada. Families such as Brkovich, Davidovich, Drakich, Dobrich, Dragicevic, Jerich are just some of the once mentioned. An excellent read for any Canadian Serb.
Reviewed by Bob Davidovich, Michigan
 

Contents

Preface
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THE MEANING OF NUMBERS AND TWO WAY PASAGE
69
HOMEWARD BOUND
91
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