Krakowskie Pismo Kresowe https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk <p>"Krakowskie Pismo Kresowe" is a scientific, peer-reviewed historical journal devoted to the cultural richness of the eastern border of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. The main goal of the journal is a modern, critical and interdisciplinary look at the history of this area, which in Polish literature and historiography was already called "Kresy" since the modern period.</p> Księgarnia Akademicka Sp. z o.o. en-US Krakowskie Pismo Kresowe 2081-9463 Front Matter https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2611 Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 Lwowska stauropigia https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2619 Tomasz Pudłocki Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 189 195 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.08 Wokół dylematów wyboru tożsamości narodowej. Nowa książka o metropolicie Andrzeju Szeptyckim. https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2620 Jan Jacek Bruski Copyright (c) 2020 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 197 204 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.09 Michał Piekarski, Przerwany kontrapunkt, Adolf Chybiński i początki polskiej muzykologii we Lwowie 1912-1944, Instytut Historii Nauki Polskiej Akademii Nauk, Warszawa 2017, Monografie z Dziejów Oświaty, t. 48, 460 ss., il. https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2621 Arkadiusz S. Więch Copyright (c) 2020 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 205 208 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.10 „Kronika Podhorecka” jako źródło do badań nad dziejami zamku w Podhorcach w drugiej połowie XIX wieku na początku XX wieku https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2612 <p><strong>“Kronika Podhorecka” as a Primary Source for the History of the Pidhirtsi Castle in the Second half of the 19th Century and at the Beginning of the 20th Century</strong></p> <p>„Kronika Podhorecka” has been preserved in two versions: the first working version was written by A. Kryczynski (1869-1887) and the second one was completed by the next castle administrators (1869-1906). This article aims to analyze this primary source of the history of the Pidhirtsi castle and its owners: the time of its composition, its goal, the role of castle administrators in the history of Pidhirtsi castle. The article contains an edition of “Kronika Podhorecka”, reconstructed on the basis of the archival source.</p> Iwanna Papa Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 151 186 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.07 Back Matter https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/3002 Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 Dokumenty pergaminowe miasteczka Niżankowice w zasobie Archiwum Państwowego w Przemyślu https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2613 <p><strong>Parchment Documents of the Town of Niżankowice in the Resources of the State Archives in Przemyśl</strong></p> <p>The article discusses the parchment documents related to the town of Niżankowice, and stored in the State Archives in Przemyśl. The first preserved mention of their storage in the municipal archives in Niżankowice comes from 1889. In 1913, these documents were transferred by judge Józef Tarnawski to the collection of the Archives of the Society of Friends of Science in Przemyśl. After the Society was shut down, the Niżankowice parchments became part of the resources of the State Archives in Przemyśl in 1952. Currently, they are stored in the Archives as the collection no. 875 in The collection of paper and parchment documents. The article is supplemented by a catalogue containing descriptins of 15 parchment documents ofthe town of Niżankowice.</p> Ewa Grin-Piszczek Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 9 23 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.01 Testamenty mieszkańców Lwowa z czasów epidemii pierwszej ćwierci XVII wieku https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2614 <p><strong>The Lviv Citizens’ Testaments during the 17th-century Plagues</strong></p> <p>The article deals with the testaments written by the inhabitants of Lviv during the plague epidemics in 1602, 1623 and 1625. The acts of last will that emerged during an extraordinary period required special permission and alleviation of the procedure. When the city was haunted by the plague, its frightened population, together with the local officials, left it to escape the infection. These circumstances made some legal procedures in the composition of the testaments more complicated: the local officials who were responsible for providing thi stype of legal services delayed a visit to make a will or refused to come because of the fear or self-infection. Therefore, already sick or still healthy residents of Lviv and its suburbs were forced to express their last will in the presence of not all officials or casual witnesses who agreed to listen and record their last wills. As a result of such non-professional compilation, the testaments which emerged in the plague periods contain many unique details upon the history of daily life in the city during the epidemic. The texts also shed some light on personal perception of the epidemic by some Lviv residents and officials, their preventive actions, and relationships between family members during this rough time. These testaments also reveal the tragic pages of the last hours of plague-infected people who died outside of Lviv at anapiary, near windmills, or in plague camps far from their families and homes. Such acts of last will also show misunderstandings by the testators who divided property in extreme conditions assuming that the whole family might die, and it would not be inherited by anyone. On the contrary, in the case of the death of all members of a family, the testators asked to transfer their property for praying for the souls of the dead. The last option was also practiced among childless testators. In general, the testament texts of the epidemic periods were not written in a high style. Mainly, they contain a declaration of the essential orders concerning debt, property, the salvation of the soul, and the burial of the body, although there were some exceptions.</p> Oksana Winnyczenko Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 25 49 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.02 Konserwatyści galicyjscy wobec kwestii ukraińskiej w okresie rządów namiestnika Leona Pinińskiego (1898-1903) https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2615 <p><strong>Galician Conservatives on the Ukrainian Question during the Time of Governor Leon Piniński (1898-1903)</strong></p> <p>The article examines the attitude of Galician conservatives towards the Ukrainian question during the time of Governor Leon Piniński. It discusses the issue of establishing new schools with Ukrainian as the language of instruction and a Ukrainian University in Lviv, and the problem of the 1902-1903 farmers’ strikes in the East Galician countryside, which had not only national but also social grounds. The author also draws attention to the course of the elections to the National Parliament and the Council of State, and their impact on Polish-Ukrainian relations. The author argues that the actions taken during this period by both the governor and part of the broadly understood conservative camp contributed to the deterioration of the mutual relations.</p> Tomasz Dudek Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 51 80 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.03 Donosicielstwo, niespełnione ambicje czy zdrada stanu? https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2616 <p><strong>Informants, Unfulfilled Ambitions or High Treason? Problems of the Educational Environment of Stanisławów in the Years 1914-1915 in the Light of the Investigation into Michał Jezienicki, the Head of the 1st Gimnasium</strong></p> <p>The author uses the files from the investigation into Michał Jezienicki, the head of the 1st Gymnasium with Polish as the language of instruction, to take a closer look at the problems faced by the citizens of Stanisławów during the first Russian occupation. The files have allowed to recreate the atmosphere between the members of the school community and answer the question to what extent it was a derivative of the headmaster’s nervousness and to what extent due to the unfulfilled ambitions of Teofil Erben, the German language teacher who initiated the investigation into Jezienicki. Thus, the article shows the problem of informants, widespread during the First World War, and the issue of loyalty to the Habsburg monarchy, which was still considered very profitable by many members of the elite.</p> Tomasz Pudłocki Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 81 102 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.04 Polowania w Karpatach Wschodnich w świetle relacji zamieszczanych na łamach czasopisma „Łowiec” https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2617 <p><strong>Hunting in the Eastern Carpathians in the light of the reports published in the magazine “Łowiec”</strong></p> <p>“Łowiec” (“Hunter”), the monthly magazine of the Galician Hunting Society issued since 1878, regularly published texts on hunting in the Eastern Carpathians. The hunting appeal of the region was raised by the relatively large brown bear population. The magazine published both longer articles by famous writers and journalists as well as short letters and reports by often anonymous correspondents.</p> Łukasz Bajda Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 103 128 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.05 Las w życiu codziennym Lasowiaków i Poleszuków https://journals.akademicka.pl/kpk/article/view/2618 <p><strong>Forest in the Everyday Life of Lasowiacy and Poleszucy. Selected Issues</strong></p> <p>The article attempts to compare the role of the forest in the everyday life of the inhabitants of the former Sandomierz Primeval Forest (Lasowiacy) and Polesie (Poleszucy/Poleshuks).The study has used the findings of the research conducted by the Museum of Folk Culture in Kolbuszowa in 2008-2014 and 2016-2017, the materials from the Museum’s scientific archives, and information from sources and ethnographic and historical studies on the subject. The obtained material was compared with the information on the use of forest crops by the inhabitants of Easter Polesie from the ethnographic studies by Kazimierz Moszyński and Czesław Pietkiewicz (available as digital resources). Attempts were made to show that the similarity between these groups was evident in the method of harvesting forest crops, meal preparation, and folk medicine. Life in the Sandomierz Primeval Forest and Polesie developeda sense of their own cultural distinctness in Lasowiacy and Poleszucy, expressed in many aspects of everyday life, the richness of customs and annual rituals.</p> Izabela Wodzińska Copyright (c) 2020 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0 2020-12-01 2020-12-01 12 129 148 10.12797/KPK.12.2020.12.06