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Estonian Archives in Australia

Address: Estonian House 141 Campbell St Surry Hills NSW 2010 Australia Website: archives.eesti.org.au Contact: Maie Barrow – archives@eesti.org.au Description: The Estonian Archives in Australia (EAA) was established by the Council of Estonian Societies in Australia on 5 January 1952. The EAA is one of the four Estonian Archives existing outside Estonia and holds an important […]

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Sydney Archivists in Käsmu Summer 2008

It’s been over 4 years now since I started working as a volunteer at the Estonian Archives in Australia (EAA). So why should I give up one day’s work every week to sit among a pile of dusty papers and books? Well, originally, it was to keep up and improve my Estonian language skills but […]

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Aussies attend archive summer school in Käsmu, Estonia

Three volunteers from the Estonian Archives in Australia; Maie Barrow, Reet Simmul and Jüri Woan, and Raivo Kalamäe, Deputy Chairman of the EAA Council, will attend an archive summer school in Käsmu, Estonia this month, June 2008. The summer school is organised by the Baltic Heritage Network and funded by the Ministry of Education and […]

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Aussies attend archive summer school in Käsmu, Estonia

Three volunteers from the Estonian Archives in Australia; Maie Barrow, Reet Simmul and Jüri Woan, and Raivo Kalamäe, Deputy Chairman of the EAA Council, will attend an archive summer school in Käsmu, Estonia this month, June 2008. The summer school is organised by the Baltic Heritage Network and funded by the Ministry of Education and […]

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Estonian National Archives: Mr Peep Pillak

On Saturday, April 12 at 16.00 at the Estonian Church Hall, 11 Waratah St., North Strathfield, Mr Peep Pillak, a Consultant to the Estonian National Archives, will talk about his experiences when looking in Russia for the graves of the Estonian President Päts and the leader of Estonian armed forces, general Laidoner. All welcome! Please […]