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October-December 2018

Harta Centenară pe pânză
A centenary map on canvas
Die Jahrhundert-Landkarte auf Tuch
Centenáriumi térkép vásznon
Arhivă de familie virtuală
Virtual family archives
ein virtuelles Familienarchiv
Virtuális családi archívum
Tabără de reconstituire istorică
Historical reconstruction camp
Historische Nachstellung eines Militärlagers
Történelmet újrateremtő tábor
Un secol de artă braşoveană
A century of art in Brasov
Ein Jahrhundert Kronstädter Kunst
Egy évszázadnyi brassói művészet
Brașovul, Sm@rtCult
Brasov, Sm@rtCult
Kronstadt Sm@rtCult
Brassó, Sm@rtCult
Învăţătorul lui Mihai Eminescu, comemorat la Cuciulata
Mihai Eminescu’s teacher, commemorated at Cuciulata
Mihai Eminescus Lehrer in Cuciulata gewürdigt
Mihai Eminescu tanítójára emlékeztek Kucsuláton
Feldioara - Capsula Timpului
Feldioara – A time capsule
Marienburg – Die Zeitkapsel
Földvár – Időkapszula
Migraţia făgărăşenilor în America
The migration of the inhabitants from Fagaras in America
Die Auswanderung der Fogarascher nach Amerika
Lumea fascinantă a satului
The fascinating world of villages
Das Dorfleben von einst
A falu elbűvölő világa
Ziua Stejarului secular
The age-old oak’s day
Der Tag der Jahrhundert-Eiche
Az évszázados Tölgy napja
Povestea unui steag tricolor 1918
The story of a tricolour flag 1918
Die Geschichte einer rumänischen Flagge von 1918
Egy 1918-as trikolór meséje
Unirea în Țara Buzaielor
Union in ‘Țara Buzaielor’ Region
Die Vereinigung im Buzaielor-Land
Egyesülés Bodzaföldön


The migration of the inhabitants from Fagaras in America



     




The Traditional Culture Service Brasov organized an innovative exhibition in the lounge of the ‘Reduta’ Cultural Centre– ‘The story of some families from Tara Fagarasului’ to rebuild by photography, but also by other old documents, the life of some families in Fagaras from locality Lisa and the neighbouring villages, Pojorta and Breaza.

The dowry book

The project includes photo collages, original documents, the most interesting being: the dowry book from1868, passport from 1931, insurance card from 1935, and also personal objects belonging to family members whose history is recomposed. The public was curious to find out the history of families Ciungara, Ganea, Negrea, Hasu, Gazdacu and Carje and followed three important episodes – the migration of the inhabitants from Fagaras in America at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, their contribution to the Great Union in 1918 and the Anti-Communist Resistance in Fagaras Mountains.

The inhabitants from Fagaras who ran away in America

‘The migration of the inhabitants from Fagaras is registered in the Hungarian statistics beginning with 1899. More than 9,000 people from Tara Fagarasului emigrated in America during 1899-1913. The causes of this ample social movement were, as shown by Alexandru Barbat in his work ‘The economic development of Tara Oltului’, ‘the poor natural environment and the population overload’ declared Adrian Valusescu, the head of the Traditional Culture Department Brasov.

The anti-communist resistance

In the exhibition, there is a series of documents, photos and historical data relevant for the contribution of the inhabitants of the village to the Great Union in 1918.
Regarding the Anti-communist Resistance in Fagaras Mountains (1948-1957, one of the longest resistances in Romania), the history of Hasu family – brothers Andrei and Gheorghe and their sister, Victoria is relevant.






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