Museum exhibit /Mattock-head.
A mattock-head for work in cotton-plantations. A tool used in exile by Lina Šubertaitė (born 1925). Kuibyshev Region of the Tadzhik Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, 1945. It is kept in the Museum of Exile and Resistance (Kaunas, Lithuanian Republic). 
 
 
 
 
Types of exhibitsMuseum exhibits/Objects/
 
Thematic indexDeportation
 
Thematic indexInternal Exile and Special Settlements
 
Thematic indexLife in Captivity/
 
Thematic indexLife in Captivity/
 
Years and places of existence in subject-related function1940s, Central Asia
 
SizeWeight: 3kg
 
Materials
 
State of preservationThe metal is corroded.
 
Detailed annotationA mattock head for work in cotton-plantations. A tool used in exile by Lina Šubertaitė (born 1925). L. Šubertaitė lived in a place called Radvishkis (Shauliaiskii Region, Lithuania). On the 24.04.1944 she was exiled together with her mother to the Kuibyshev Region of the Tadzhik Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. She lived in exile until 10.11.1953, and worked in the cotton-plantations. She married , and then gave birth to a daughter, Nijolė, in 1951. The family returned to Lithuania in 1954.
 
PersonsJungbliutaitė Nijolė, born in exile
 
PersonsŠubertaitė-Jungbliutienė Lina, owner
 
PersonsŠubertienė Alisa, exiled together with her daughter
 
Web page?Yes
 
 
Museum exhibit /Mattock-head.