In history, occasional years are referred to as "Year of Miracles". In the midwest, 1811 was just that. Between the Great Comet being visible, earthquakes, and a total eclipse, midwesterners were worried for good reason. But it was also said that during the summer of 1811 into the fall and winter, animals acted strangely; without fear of humans.
Southern Indiana was a hardwood forest in 1811, so there were far greater numbers of woodland animals including squirrels. But that particular year the squirrels not only acted strangely, but seemed all the more plentiful as they made a mass southerly migration. As poor swimmers, the squirrels were piling in the rivers in such staggering numbers that they became a pest, and thus a major food source for Native Americans.
The natural phenomenons are said to possibly be cause for the squirrels' mass migration and strange behaviors, but it's no wonder hoosiers were worried about their fate that year.
Tri-blend fabric. 50% polyester + 25% cotton + 25% rayon = 100% magic. The fabric is the softest we could find. Bonus: it never shrinks!
Heather Brown tee with cream ink.
Machine wash warm, tumble dry low.
Details & Fit
Unisex straight fit. Crew neck and short sleeves. The tee features our signature Made in Evansville logo printed on the back, just below the neck.
Tee is designed, dyed and cut in America then assembled in Central America, all 100% sweatshop-free using eco-friendly, sustainable processes.
Screen printed individually by hand in Evansville, Indiana by our friends at Burnt Prairie Print Shop.