While the majority of Queens residents were loyalists to the British crown, a band of 56 Minute Men from Jamaica traveled to Brooklyn to participate in the Battle of Long Island in 1776. Read more about them on our blog.
This design is also available as a t-shirt.
Hand printed on soft red Next Level Apparel t-shirt. 60/40 cotton/polyester.
Chest is measured pit to pit and height is from collar to end of shirt. If you're unsure of which you should buy we recommend going one size up.
Designed in collaboration with Nicholas Nocera.
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