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The Heritage Project 

 The Heritage Project has preserved the history and cultural heritage of Alberta’s Estonian community in written and digital formats. A documentary DVD, an archival website, a heritage book, an archival collection and a province-wide exhibit are described in detail:

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Insights From Four Perspectives

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 1.  We have compiled an extensive archive of our Alberta Estonian Heritage and made it available.

It is an On-Line Historical Repository of Estonians in Alberta.  Well organized and searchable.

Click on the image to immerse yourself in heritage that began in Alberta in 1899.




 2. Our our 300 page book - Freedom, Land, & Legacy.

It is a collection of articles from the past and present providing personal perspectives of our Heritage.

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Click  to read >  Book Review of Freedom, Land, & Legacy 

written by Alja Pirosok



4.Our 30 minute DVD - Alberta's Estonians.

This is a one on one real life documentary of some of our  members as they recall their Heritage and its roll in their lives.

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4.  We have catalogued and stored our collection at the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

It is the collection of everything we used to create the works above plus a great deal of additional material.

Click on this Link to the PAA website to review the content of the Alberta Estonian Collection