Celebrating the one and only Highland Park neighborhood of Saint Paul.
You won't want to take off this best-selling unisex tee, featuring a uniquely soft triblend fabrication, modern fit, crew neck and short sleeves.
Features: Sideseamed. Retail fit. Unisex sizing.
Fabrication: 50% poly, 25% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon, 40 single 3.8 oz.
Black Heather Triblend: 70% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 15% polyester, 15% rayon
Model is 5’9’’, 165 lbs, and wearing size medium
A veteran of the Mexican–American War, William Finn was the first white person to settle in Highland Park permanently in 1848. He was granted a large portion of land along the Mississippi River and built a house on the land that the University of St. Thomas now occupies. During this time, much of the Highland Park area was encompassed by the Fort Snelling reservation but by the mid 1850s the government opened up most of that land for sale. Growth in the area had pressured the government into making this move and in 1854, approximately 5,000 acres (20 km2) were sold at about $1.25 per acre. This sale opened up the area for settlement, and the area in Ramsey County that was first settled became the last in Saint Paul to be densely populated.