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Husyatyn, Ukraine

49°04' N, 26°13' E

Russian/Ukrainian: Гусятин. Yiddish: הוסיאַטין
In SE Galicia, 44 miles SE of Ternopil (Tarnopol). Husiatyń is divided by the Zbrucz River, which was the border between the Austrian and Russian Empires. Most of the Jews lived in the Austrian part. The Russian part was in the Kamenets district of Podolia gubernia.
Original Title:Sefer zikaron Husiatyn ve-ha-seviva
English Title:Memorial book of Husiatyn and the surrounding region
Editor:Abraham Backer
Published:Tel Aviv 1976
Publisher:Husiatyn-Galicia Society
 Pages: 499  Languages: H,Y
Notes:Includes Kopychintsy
See WorldCat site:
Jewish Theological Seminary Library, New York, NY, United States, Call No: DS135 R93 G88 B33
Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, , Israel, Call No: Has book
Moadon Ha'Bund, Tel Aviv, , Israel, Call No: Communities Books Collection
Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, , Israel, Call No: 1771660
UCLA Research Library, Los Angeles, CA, United States, Call No: DS 135 R93 G852

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