Vintage Maine design is a great present for Maine fans and residents. Show home state pride with this old-school graphic! Live in, love, born in, or from Maine? Check this 1970's classic style! Unique Maine shirt for a fun, old-fashioned look with 70s colors. Great birthday, Christmas or anytime gift for anyone who's an Maine fan!
Maine (ME) was founded in the year 1820. University lettering in a collegiate font makes this Maine 1820 design a great present for residents and fans of Maine. Show home state pride with this Maine distressed graphic! Live in Maine? From Maine? Love Maine? Born in Maine? This is the perfect gift! Original design Maine 1820 school style uses a grunge distressed effect and bold white letters for vintage cool. A must have for Maine lovers!
Home state Maine gift shirt is perfect for any mom, dad, brother, sister, son, daughter or relative that loves their state flag.
Retro vintage Maine, where you were may be born and raised, or now live in, is proud of this t-shirt. It's a great gift idea for birthday, holiday, patriotic, home and god loving locals of Maine state.
Cool Maine state design for Maine residents, proud American patriots and souvenir for travellers in in the tourist spots of the state. Perfect gift idea on Maine state celebrations, birthdays, highschool and university homecomings, office parties, and holidays like Christmas, New Year, Thanksgiving and Independence Day 4th of July parties for for friends, family members, colleagues, and school batchmates. Look at this patriotic Maine design with the colors of the USA flag illustrating the love for the hometown state.
This Homeland Maine design is created for all the people who are from Maine state. Show your love for your state with this design. Cool looking design with vintage colors, retro style and black silhouette of the state in the center creates a nice looking design which can be a perfect gift. This design is created for all the patriots of their country, their state, for those who feel nostalgic about their homeland or just feel proud being born in their homeland state.
There has long been questions as to the extensive use and colors of the New England Flag at Bunker Hill, the first formal battle action between the two armies. But Connecticut artist John Trumbull (who was observing in the vicinity), and 19th century historian Benson John Lossing (known for his scrupulous attention to facts and tracking down primary sources), both attest to these two flags being present. The motto, "Appeal to Heaven", was taken from chapter 14 of 'Second Treatise of Civil Government' by political philosopher, John Locke. The motto was used on the official naval ensign of the Colonials, which also contained a pine tree. Both flags are still in use by communities in Maine and Massachusetts. (Art by Kasandra Radke)