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Year of the Coal Miner September 2003 - 2004


Mrs. Segatti's [nee Pavan] parents emigrated to Lethbridge where she was born.  She describes her early days in Lethbridge, before the family moved to Coalhurst.

Mrs. Segatti's Early Lethbridge Days
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Mrs. Segatti relates how the dangerous conditions at the Coalhurst mine affected her family.

Coalhurst Victim
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Mrs. Segatti describes the migrant years of her father's [Mr. Pavan's] life.

World Traveler 
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Mr. Segatti describes the unsettling nature of his arrival in Edmonton - alone, in the middle of the night, and not being able to speak English.

Mr. Segatti's Arrival in Edmonton 
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Mr. John Segatti tells of how he started his own construction business after WWII, and how he maintained an Italian tradition.

Family Construction Business
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