In one of our Nation’s most difficult periods, a group of men whose numbers ranked over three million left their homes and began an adventure across our great land. They were poor, mostly uneducated and many were hungry. Yet, what they didn’t lack was a capacity for hard work. These men re-shaped the landscape of our country. By planting nearly three billion trees, reducing a growing soil erosion problem and building structures in our state and national parks, they would allow Americans to enjoy our country’s natural resources for generations to come. They were the men of the Civilian Conservation Corps.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this item benefits the National CCC Worker Statue Program - honoring those who served in the CCC. Visit CCCLegacy.org for more information.
100% Cotton bandana, 24" x 24". Designed in the Ozarks.
smells like fallen leaves, apples, clove, textbooks, and football.
100% soy wax with cotton wick
75+ hour clean burn time
phthalates free, no additives or dye
hand poured in dallas, tx
Mollyjogger: Ozark 1900 Bandana
Midway between the Appalachians and the Rockies lies the great Ozark uplift --- not a country of towering cliffs and precipitous canyons, but a land of friendly hills and peaceful valleys, of crystal clear streams tinged with the blue of deepening pools, of tree-lined trails winding toward ever-changing vistas, of a people whose vision of hospitality is as great as the star-studded canopy of an Ozark night.
1900 Ozark Region Map, small batch printed with traditional discharge methods. 100% cotton, 22" x 22" bandana, neckerchief, handkerchief.