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    Gonzales Hoodie

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    In 1835, Texian settlers from Gonzales, Texas had a cannon originally lent to them by the Mexican army and the Mexican army wanted it back. However, the small, practically useless, 6-pounder cannon had become a point of honor and an unlikely rallying symbol for the Texians who were growing increasingly tired of the deteriorating political situation in Mexico. Needless to say, the Texians did not give the cannon back. Instead, they fought the Mexicans at the Battle of Gonzales--the first battle of the Texas Revolution--and challenged them with a white banner marked with a black, hand-painted cannon above the words, "Come And Take It."

    • 65% ringspun cotton, 35% polyester
    • 100% cotton exterior layer
    • Front pouch
    • Matching flat drawstrings
    • Three-panel hood
    • May arouse feelings of revolution in your Texan friends
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