Appeal To Heaven - Womens
Appeal To Heaven - Womens
Appeal To Heaven - Womens
Appeal To Heaven - Womens

Appeal To Heaven - Womens

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As early as the 1600's, images of the pine trees appeared on Massachusetts coins and flags. In April 1776, the Massachusetts Council resolved that its sea service should carry "a white flag, with a green pine-tree, and the inscription, 'An Appeal to Heaven'."

From the first two years of the war, there are many references to this flag flying on New England Vessels. Pine tree flags with no mottoes and with different background colors were also used.

The motto and tree represented the New Englanders' appeal to God and the natural law in their fight against the British Parliament. 

Our shirts run a little small and are athletic fit so if you are in-between sizes or are unsure, please order up one size.

4.2 oz., 100% combed and ringspun cotton

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    JR
    08/05/2020
    Jacqueline R.
    United States United States
    Love my shirt

    The fit is good and I love the design. I wish it were a heavier weight cotton but im happy with it.

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    06/30/2020
    Megan S.
    United States United States
    True Appeal

    I love this shirt. The fit is fantastic. I Am right between a large and a medium, and I ordered the large. With the fit, I’m glad I did. It has curves in the right places. The fabric is very comfortable. If I could wear it every day, I would. The Douglas Fir � on the back is one of my favorite trees, as it reminds me of my family history. Both my great grandfathers were Forest Service workers and knew the importance of the tree. This is more than a shirt to me. It’s truly a legacy.