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Eddie Hagan

Eddie Hagan, an artisanal wreath maker and seasonal worm digger talks about the ins and outs of the wreath making industry. Hagan also discusses the problems with climate change affecting his dual industries, the issue of large scale chemical herbicide use on the coast, and mentions how his land was taken by the government for the construction of a new Beals Island Bridge.






Griffin Pollock

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Galen Koch

Suggested citation: Hagan, Edward, The First Coast 2018 Oral History Interview, (October 2018), by Galen Koch, 27 pages, Maine Sound and Story. Online: Insert URL (Last Accessed: Insert Date).


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