Hungarian interview - Joe and Elizabeth Czerlau

MHSO, and Susan Galos, Hungarian interview - Joe and Elizabeth Czerlau, 1977.

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Document Record
Creator MHSO
Susan Galos
Title Hungarian interview - Joe and Elizabeth Czerlau
Published MHSO, and Susan Galos, Hungarian interview - Joe and Elizabeth Czerlau, 1977.
Identifier nlc-bnc.bvas.nlc-bnc.bvas.hungarian.24
Subject Czerlau, Joe and Elizabeth
Hungarian Canadian
Oral history
Language English
Media Audio
Contributor Alouette Canada
Description Joe Czerlau describes family life in Transylvania and why his father decided that their family should move to Canada for a new start. Mr. Czerlau tells about the journey and also their first few years prior to moving to the tobacco farming area of south-western Ontario. Mr. Czerlau moved to Tillsonburg and started to farm tobacco, where he met the future Mrs. Elizabeth Czerlau, whose family also farmed in that area. Mrs. Czerlau talks about why her family immigrated to that area and chose to farm tobacco. They discuss their marriage and their life in the Hungarian community around Tillsonburg, Ontario.
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