" A slang term for people of Russian decent that immigrated too Canada during the turn of the century. they were simple farmers that opposed material wealth.
Dukabours had to produce their own food. They planted gardens and picked wild berries. Fruits and vegetables were preserved by pickling or drying. Jams and jellies were made. Food was stored in a root cellar. Fruits and vegetables were also sold to the general store in exchange for other goods.
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