|Creator||St. Michael Ukrainian Church (Jeannette, Pa.)|
|Title||St. Michael Ukrainian Church (Jeannette, Pa.) Records|
|Quantity||0.1 Linear Feet, 1 bound volume|
|Repository||Ukrainian History and Education Center Archives|
Biographical / Historical
Jeannette, located approximately 40 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, was a major industrial center in the first half of the 20th century, having numerous glass plants, as well as the Elliott Company (maker of dynamos and turbines) and the Pennsylvania Rubber Works. As such, it attracted numerous immigrants prior to WWII, including many from Eastern Europe. Like many Ukrainian Orthodox parishes, St. Michael's Parish was founded during the Great Depression, only to close due to declining membership later in the 20th century.
Published citations should take the following form: Page number, date (if known); St. Michael Ukrainian Church (Jeanette, Pa.) Records; Ukrainian History and Education Center Archives, Somerset, New Jersey.
Conditions Governing Access
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Controlled Access Headings
- Ukrainian Americans--Religious life
- Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh Region
- Church records and registers
Scope and Contents
Parish constitution. Parish board meeting records for 1933-1957. Funeral records for 1935-1940.