A talk by an ethnically Russian woman about the lifestyle in the village of Pasechnoye: how people heat homes, spend their free time, work in the garden, what cattle they have, etc.

Title:
A talk by an ethnically Russian woman about the lifestyle in the village of Pasechnoye: how people heat homes, spend their free time, work in the garden, what cattle they have, etc.
ID:
SergeevaKP_06Aug2015_Interview
Level:
Bundle
Genre:
Stimuli
Description:
An ethnically Russian woman, Kapitolina Petrovna Sergeeva, talks about how they heat their homes, about the weather in Pasechnoye in winter. She tells that women knit things and sell them in Tyukhtet. They knit when watching TV. People go to the club. People keep cattle and have to work hard. In the village of Pasechnoye there is no shepherd, the cattle graze themselves. She talks about what is grown in vegetable gardens in the village (vegetables), that some have greenhouses, and that the crop is also sold. She also talks about the weather, what precipitations happen, what happens when there is a strong wind, what happens in spring and summer, about a lot of mosquitoes and blackflies and how to deal with it. Kapitolina Petrovna Sergeyeva, an ethnic Russian, was born in 1936 in the village of Kogtenevo. At the beginning of 1940s, the family moved to Staro-Amocheevo, and then to Pasechnoye. From her early years she worked in the former collective farm New Life, first in the fields and meadows, then as a milkmaid in the same collective farm. Kapitolina Petrovna is a mother of eight children, has eighteen grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Villagers love and respect her. Since her childhood she is bilingual. She learned the Melets Chulym on the streets of her village. She claims it was easier for her to speak Melets Chulym than Russian when she was very young. Her husband was a Melets Chulym Turk. They spoke Melets Chulym at home. Her children understand the language, but rarely speak it. In this recording she speaks on how people hunt, what they use in it, what animals are in the woods.
Date created:
2015-08-06
Location:
Asia, Russian Federation, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Pasechnoye Village
Participants:
Kapitolina Petrovna Sergeyeva (consultant), Denis Mikhaylovich Tokmashev (researcher)
Languages:
Chulym Turkic (working language)
                                                                                                                             
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