Lexington and Concord "1775" Women's v-neck shirt — Made in the USA
Updated September 29: We're closing out this design. All shirts are $10 off.
Our original design recognizes the events on Lexington Green and at North Bridge in Concord that took place on April 19, 1775 and marked the beginning of the Revolutionary War.
"1775" on the front, and on the back, the list of towns who responded to the Lexington Alarm by sending militia companies. (It is not a list of towns where fighting took place.) The list is based on the muster rolls and uses the names of the towns as they were then known. (Regarding Arlington, in 1775 most of present day Arlington was part of Cambridge and called the Menotomy Precinct. It was later incorporated as a separate town, West Cambridge, and later still, the name was changed to Arlington.) Author and historian J.L. Bell has taken a close look at this and written about it here and here.
- Heather charcoal with red and blue - 50/50 Polycotton blend. 4.4 oz. Knitted, dyed, and sewn in the USA. 4.3 oz. Sizes: S - 2XL.
Please check the size chart before ordering.
This design is also available in a crewneck shirt for men and women.
Also available, "The Doolittle Engravings of the Battle of Lexington and Concord" Archival Print, "Battle of Lexington 1775" as an archival print and a small poster.
If you think you know what happened that day . . .
You'll be surprised by some of the details you'll find in J.L. Bell's The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War. You can get your signed, inscribed copy here.
And watch the "Parker's Revenge" battle reenactment along Battle Road Trail in Minute Man National Historical Park.
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$5.95 for shirts, caps, unframed prints and posters, bracelets, lapel pins, pendants, button packs.
Regardless of the number of items you order, the shipping price is still fixed at $5.95. Our flat rate shipping means you can add another t-shirt, cap, or book for no additional shipping charge.
$8.95 for hooded and crewneck sweatshirts, mugs, and blankets.
UPS 3 Business Day Select
Note: UPS 3 Business Day select is not available for addresses in Hawaii and Alaska. If UPS is selected for Hawaii or Alaska, the order will be shipped UPS Ground.
- $14.95 for shirts, caps, unframed prints and posters, bracelets, lapel pins, pendants, button packs.
$18.95 for hooded and crewneck sweatshirts, mugs, and blankets.
- If the actual shipping cost is significantly higher than what we’re charging, we will contact you to discuss alternatives.
- UPS Overnight (Next Business Day Delivery)
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- Canada and Mexico
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$24.00 for hooded and crewneck sweatshirts, mugs, and blankets.
- Rest of the World
- Rates starts at $65.00.
Additional charges for all destinations
Some large, heavy items may have an additional shipping charge. If that's the case, it will be noted on the product page.
If the actual shipping cost is significantly higher than what we’re charging, we will contact you to discuss alternatives.
All original designs are copyrighted by The History List
All original designs are copyrighted by The History List
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Great comfort and quality, seems like it will hold up for many years.
Another great t shirt from the folks at The History List. Always soft, comfortable and a great fit. Great graphics, too.
Growing up in Massachusetts on evacuation day always brings me so many proud moments in history.
Thanks for keeping history alive!