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      Mooniingwanekaaning T-Shirt

      $22.95
      Madeline Island T-shirt in conservation green. A custom Society exclusive.
      Availability: In stock
      SKU: 1000000520
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      Mooniingwanekaaning refers to the ancestral homeland of Lake Superior Anishinaabe and translates as "The Home of the Golden Breasted Woodpecker."  This custom T-shirt also features birdseye illustration of the island's oblong shape and topography.  

      The Madeline Island Museum celebrates all of the cultures who have called the island home. The Ojibwe and other tribes made their home on Madeline Island, the largest of the Apostle Islands, for hundreds of years before European contact. The island was also one of the earliest areas of European exploration and settlement in the interior of North America, serving as a post for the fur trade, commercial fishing, and missionary activities.  

      Bella and Leo Capser opened the Madeline Island Museum in 1958, and their original collection of artifacts documenting the island’s history can still be seen today. Modern expansions have added additional exhibit and gallery space.

      Details

      • Material:  60/40 cotton/poly blend
      • Sizing: Sizes are unisex, adult sizes
      • Color: Medium "army" or avocado green
      • Crew neck
      • Made in the U.S.A. (if made in the U.S.A.

      Mooniingwanekaaning refers to the ancestral homeland of Lake Superior Anishinaabe and translates as "The Home of the Golden Breasted Woodpecker."  This custom T-shirt also features birdseye illustration of the island's oblong shape and topography.  

      The Madeline Island Museum celebrates all of the cultures who have called the island home. The Ojibwe and other tribes made their home on Madeline Island, the largest of the Apostle Islands, for hundreds of years before European contact. The island was also one of the earliest areas of European exploration and settlement in the interior of North America, serving as a post for the fur trade, commercial fishing, and missionary activities.  

      Bella and Leo Capser opened the Madeline Island Museum in 1958, and their original collection of artifacts documenting the island’s history can still be seen today. Modern expansions have added additional exhibit and gallery space.

      Details

      • Material:  60/40 cotton/poly blend
      • Sizing: Sizes are unisex, adult sizes
      • Color: Medium "army" or avocado green
      • Crew neck
      • Made in the U.S.A. (if made in the U.S.A.
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