FAGAN SISTERS: A History of Life in a New York Country Village
Published by Arcadia Press, 2000 – A part of the Voices
of America Series
“The Fagan Sisters” provides a vivid picture of small town life in upstate New York as lived by Sally and Agnes Fagan. In the 1980s Elinor Mettler, then director of the Roeliff Jansen Historical Society, began interviewing the Fagan sisters for an oral history project. These recollections, spanning much of the 20th century, are faithfully recounted in this handsome publication. Richly Illustrated with photos from the Roe Jan Historical Society, local residents, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, “The Fagan Sisters” is an intimate portrait of the lives and times of Sally and Agnes Fagan – told in their own words and in their own voices.
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