Paul Revere's Sons of Liberty SHORT SLEEVE SHIRT - ASH GREY W/RED SNAKE
100% pre-shrunk cotton. Colors may vary slightly from picture.
Franklin’s cartoon had been redrawn and reprinted throughout the colonies after the passing of the Stamp Act in 1765. It became a powerful symbol of Colonial unity and resistance to British oppression. On July 7, 1774, Paul Revere altered the cartoon to fit the masthead of his newspaper, The Massachusetts Spy. PhilipMarcSonsofLiberty.com