Alexander Blodgett 2nd Edition Shirt

Regular price $30.00 Sale

In 1901, my great, great Grandfather Alexander Blodgett, Wintu, was sent to San Quentin for nearly killing the man who took three of his children to Chemawa Indian Boarding School. This was the photo that was taken the first day he arrived in prison.  What would you do for your children?  #beawarrior #nativeanthro

This shirt is ultra comfortable, and its modern cut makes it stylish, too. The rolled shoulder gives it a better fit, and the double-stitched hems make it long-lasting – it should definitely have a spot in your closet!

**Please allow 2-7 days print time + shipping time
• 100% cotton jersey knit
• 30 singles thread weight
• Pre-shrunk
• More contouring than a classic t-shirt
• Double stitched
• Quarter-turned
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping