Martha Namyniuk

January 1995
Faces of Identity, Hands of Skill: Folk Arts in North Dakota;1995, p14
The article profiles Martha Namyniuk, an immigrant who makes breadbasket and wheatweaving in Belfield, North Dakota. She was born the youngest among ten children to Marie and Felix Malkowski. She learned to make ritual breads from her mother since ritual breads are key elements to Ukranian wedding, Christmas, and Easter celebrations.


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