Sacagawea (1788-1812) was a Lemhi Shoshone Native American who assisted the Lewis and Clark expedition in exploring the Louisiana Territory. Sacagawea joined the expedition from North Dakota to the Pacific Ocean, helping guide them through the terrain, establishing cultural contacts with the various Native American groups in the region, and notably rescuing the expedition's records from a capsized boat on the Sacagawea River. The National American Women's Suffrage Association helped establish Sacagawea in the public consciousness in the early twentieth century, adopting her as a symbol of women's independence.
Each tea towel is approximately 19" wide by 27.5" in height and is made of 100% USA ethically sourced cotton. Each towel is stitched on all four sides and includes a cotton loop for easy hanging.
• 19" width x 27.5" height. (approximately) • 100% unbleached USA cotton • Heavy weight, with a half panama weave. • Includes cotton hanging loop. • Special inks mean that colors last in the wash. • Stitched on all four sides. • Machine wash at 110 degrees max • Pre-wash to soften and increase absorption.