OFFICIALLY LICENSED NATIONAL PARKS APPAREL
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The preservation of our most magnificent and meaningful places for the purpose of public appreciation and recreation is a uniquely American idea. The Yosemite Grant was signed by President Abraham Lincoln in 1864. And with it, for the first time, the federal government set aside parkland for preservation and public use. This protected landscape includes iconic American features such as Bridalveil Fall, Half Dome Rock, and some of the oldest trees on Earth, the giant Sequoias.
Protecting the hallowed ground in Yosemite Valley set the precedent for the creation of all of the national parks. And in 1890, largely due to community activism and lobbying, the Yosemite Valley came under official federal protection as Yosemite National Park.
By 1916, the Department Interior was managing a large portfolio of protected landscapes across the country—but had no official or unified leadership. Action from journalists, businesspeople, and nature conservationists led to the establishment of the National Park Service by Congress.
At Pop Cult the National Parks collection is offered to give you a flavor of history with a splash of modern design flair. A full range of T-shirts are offered all on premium quality 100% cotton shirts with an interpretation of each parks natural beauty on the front. Whether traveling to the park itself or to Pop Cult, shop and get a memory from your desired or past trip.