Our Mens Collection
Styled on a heavyweight pre-shrunk 100% cotton (6oz (203g) and designed for maximum durability, comfort and quality. With a seamless rib knit collar reinforced with a cover seamed front neck and taped neck and shoulder seams, this shirt is carefully constructed for those who are active and require clothing that doesn't fall apart! The t-shirt has short set-in sleeves and a two needle hem around the sleeves and bottom. This shirt is the epitome of comfort and strength.
Our Ladies Collection
100% cotton ringspun t-shirts are super-soft with a flattering cut and available in an array of sizes. The 5.2 oz of 100% cotton pre-shrunk jersey delivers comfort and fine quality. The 5/8 inch seamless rib knit collar is reinforced with taped neck and shoulders, along with the double-needle sleeve and bottom hem.
History Gear Youth Edition
A premium 100% pre-shrunk cotton 5.2oz (176g), with short set-in sleeves and a seamless rib knit collar. A taped neck and shoulder seams give it added durability and the two-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom won't unravel. For added safety, all editions are CPSIA certified.
The Kids Only Collection
Our Heavyweight pre-shrunk 100% cotton t-shirts for kids are made for durability and comfort. The t-shirts are the size scale between toddler and youth, typically for children in the 4-7 year
old range. The shirt features a seamless rib knit collar with cover seamed re-enforced front neck, taped neck and shoulder seams, short set-in sleeves, and two-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom. All kids shirts are CPSIA Certified and available in a fun range of colors! Browse collection!
The Real Wild West - Episode 5: Geronimo (HISTORY DOCUMENTARY) The Wild West collection features documentaries about some of the most controversial and mythic figures in American western history. From Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid to Billy the Kid, from Custers Last Stand to Geronimo's fight against the U.S. government, learn the real stories behind some of America's greatest western tales. EPISODE 5: Geronimo n February of 1909, the indomitable Chiricahua Apache warrior and war shaman Geronimo lay on his deathbed. He summoned his nephew to his side, whispering, "I should never have surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive." It was an admission of regret from a man whose insistent pursuit of military resistance in the face of overwhelming odds confounded not only his Mexican and American enemies, but many of his fellow Apaches as well. Born around 1820, Geronimo grew into a leading warrior and healer. But after his tribe was relocated to an Arizona reservation in 1872, he became a focus of the fury of terrified white settlers and of the growing tensions that divided Apaches struggling to survive under almost unendurable pressures. To angry whites, Geronimo became the archfiend, perpetrator of unspeakable savage cruelties. To his supporters, he remained the embodiment of proud resistance, the upholder of the old Chiricahua ways. To other Apaches, especially those who had come to see the white man's path as the only viable road, Geronimo was a stubborn troublemaker, unbalanced by his unquenchable thirst for vengeance, whose actions needlessly brought the enemy's wrath down on his own people. At a time when surrender to the reservation and acceptance of the white man's civilization seemed to be the Indians' only realistic options, Geronimo and his tiny band of Chiricahuas fought on. The final holdouts, they became the last Native-American fighting force to capitulate formally to the government of the United States.
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