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American History Kids Hoodies

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Liberty must at all hazards be supported. We have a right to it, derived from our Maker. But if we had not, our fathers have earned and bought it for us, at the expense of their ease, their estates, their pleasure, and their blood. -John Adams

Tags: us-presidents, john-adams, liberty, quotes, american-presidents

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A minimalist portrait of Ben Franklin from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com

Tags: founding-father, nerd, geek, hirsute, hair

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A minimalist portrait of Frederick Douglass (Hirsute History) from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com

Tags: civil-war, nerd, geek, hirsute, hair

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A minimalist portrait of George Washington from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com

Tags: founding-fathers, president, politics, politican, nerd

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A minimalist portrait of Lewis And Clark from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com

Tags: nerd, geek, hirsute, hair, history

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Enjoy this hilarious T-shirt featuring American History portrait with the phrase 240 Years Ago This Man Wrote the Ultimate Breakup Letter Perfect gift idea for family, friends, George Washington lovers, Thomas Jefferson lovers, Founding Fathers lovers, Hilarious Meme lovers and more!

Tags: american-history-meme, funny-history-meme, history-teacher, gift-for-dad, gift-for-teacher

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Nobody's Free Until Everybody's Free | Fannie Lou Hamer | Civil Rights

Tags: afrocentric, black-power, black-culture, civil-rights, equality

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Peaceful Revolution JFK Quote. Protest Resist Shirts and Hoodies

Tags: pro-black, black-lives-matter, afro-american, civil-rights, freedom-fighter

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We Have No Alternative But To Protest. Resist Afrocentric Shirts and Hoodies Martin Luther King Jr. Quote

Tags: resist, black-history, afro-american, civil-rights, urban

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This little lady is one feisty African Queen!

Tags: black-lives-matter, black-beauty, black-empowerment, african-queen

African Beauty Kids Hoodie

by agreen52
$36
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Design inspirated by the movie American history x.

Tags: t-american-history-x, american-history, edward-norton, x, history

American history x Kids Hoodie

by atizadorgris
$36
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A film by Tony Kaye.

Tags: movie, cult-film, t-american-history-x, american, cult-classics

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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: usa, professor, american-history, history, teacher

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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: middle-school, teacher, college, american-history, professor

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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: history-professor, history, teacher, professor, middle-school

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If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it. He is obligated to do so. This shirt features an inspiring quote from Thomas Jefferson. This is the perfect gift for any history student, lover of American history, american, founder father, patriot, consitution lover, republican, democrat, and more

Tags: gift-for-history-teacher, constitution, inspiration, inspirational-quote, gift-for-him

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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: highschool, usa, united-states-history, history-professor, teacher

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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: american-history, history, college, history-professor, usa

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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: united-states-history, twerk, usa, american-history, history-professor

Tags: america, united-states, politician, usa, democrats

CROOK Kids Hoodie

by Nerd_art
$36
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If you're a fan of American history, then let the world know with this cool United States history shirt. Bonus points if you're a teacher! This funny US history tshirt makes the perfect gift for the future history teacher in your life -- whether they teach elementary, middle, or high school!

Tags: united-states-history, elementary, middle-school, highschool, history

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John F Kennedy

Tags: democrat, liberal, john-f-kennedy-patriot, president, election

John F Kennedy Kids Hoodie

by JimmyCarson
$36

Tags: richard, president, watergate, republican, republicans

NIXON Kids Hoodie

by Nerd_art
$36
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For anyone named Kennedy running in 2020.

Tags: democrat, jfk, 2020-election, political

Kennedy 2020 Kids Hoodie

by DesignsByChefRed
$36
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Support the first ghost woman for President!

Tags: eleanor, liberal, progressive, president, 2016-election

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Portrait of a great man

Tags: memory, portrait, historical, right-wing, populism

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AMERICA, YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL 2

Tags: funny, maps-america, american-history, my-love-from-another-star, america-youre-beautiful

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We sure could use you now!

Tags: nixon, tricky-dick, politics, republican, election

Nixon Now Kids Hoodie

by mike11209
$36
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It is Richard Mulhouse Nixon as he appeared when Mario and Luigi voted for him.

Tags: nixon, president, donkey-kong, marioworld, american

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A running joke from Smark Out Moment

Tags: smack-talk, pro-wrestling, wrestling, wwe, smark-out-moment

Ha ha ha ha Kennedy Kids Hoodie

by SmarkOutMoment
$36
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ATTENTION HISTORY BUFFS! This product is for you. Check out this design, and the rest of my FUSAG line! Often abbreviated FUSAG, the First U.S. Army Group was a fictitious command Allied Army Group created to deceive the Germans about where the Allies would land in France. Despite a lack of personnel, FUSAG continued to exist on paper as part of the deception of Operation Quicksilver. (you know, the one with the inflatable tanks!) In order to make the German forces believe the Allied invasion would come at Pas de Calais, the phantom force was stationed at Dover, directly across the English Channel from the site. To further attract the Axis commanders' attention, General Dwight D. Eisenhower placed George S. Patton in command of the phantom force and increased the formation's apparent size. The deception worked so well that significant German forces remained in the Pas de Calais region for seven weeks after the real invasion at Normandy to defend against what they thought would be the true invasion force. Because of this, it is noted as one of the most effective military tricks of all time.

Tags: military-gear, army, military-patch, military, nazi

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Tags: history, texas, dallas, death, kill

JFK Kids Hoodie

by makarxart
$36

Tags: america, united-states, nixon, president, richard

Richard Nixon Kids Hoodie

by Nerd_art
$36
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Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? T.R. Knows! When Theodore Roosevelt became police commissioner of New York in 1895, the NYPD was its most dangerous and powerful criminal enterprise. An organized brutal shakedown ring, the captains had a hand in most of the city’s illegal operations. Determined to clean up the corruption, Roosevelt did exactly what Commissioner Gordon did when he took over Gotham City’s corrupt police force: he put on a black cape, patrolled the most dangerous parts of the city at midnight, and used his great physical strength, expertise in martial arts, and detective skills to personally deliver wrongdoers to justice. Wait, no, Gordon didn’t do that. Batman did. And so did Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt’s initial attempts to have corrupt policemen indicted were failures. Most of the judges were Tammany Hall appointees in the pockets of police bosses like “Clubber” Williams and Big Bill Devery, and these judges refused to bring charges against any officers on the word of meager citizens. The only way Roosevelt could clear out the worst apples was if he caught them red-handed. And so TR took on a new strategy. Dressed in a black cape and a large-brimmed slouch hat pulled low over his face, he would make his own patrols, hiding in the shadows of the metropolis’s seediest alleys while tracking some of the more notorious crooks on the police force. When he caught one selling booze or opium, availing himself of service bribes at one of the many brothels that kept young women imprisoned, or extorting money from a shopkeeper, TR would spring forth, chase down his subordinate, tackle and subdue him, and personally deliver him to the courthouse to lay charges against him as an unimpeachable witness. Once the more brazen offenders had been stripped of their badges, Roosevelt dispensed with the theatrical costume and the judo and began simply patrolling the beats of his officers to make sure that they were at their posts, diligent in their upkeep of the law, and, above all, courteous to the citizens under their protection (this last being a truly revolutionary concept at the time).

Tags: teddy-roosevelt, commissioner-gordon, batman, steampunk, nypd

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