Boston National Historical Park Hiking Stick Medallion
Q. What is it?
A. Boston National Historical Park encompasses eight separate landmarks that tell the story of Boston's connection to the birth of our nation. Seven of these eight landmarks are connected by downtown Boston's historical Freedom Trail. With a waving American flag as the background, this hiking stick medallion provides an artistic reproduction of the Bunker Hill Monument, which was built to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill-one of the earliest salvos in the Revolutionary War. Recessed lettering at the bottom of the medallion reads Boston National Historical Park. Decorate your hiking stick with this colorful and patriotic collector's edition medallion today! Product DetailsApprox 1 1/4'' x 1 5/8
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Boston National Historical Park Hiking Stick Medallion
Boston National Historical Park encompasses eight separate landmarks that tell the story of Boston's connection to the birth of our nation. Seven of these eight landmarks are connected by downtown Boston's historical Freedom Trail. With a waving American flag as the background, this hiking stick medallion provides an artistic reproduction of the Bunker Hill Monument, which was built to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill-one of the earliest salvos in the Revolutionary War. Recessed lettering at the bottom of the medallion reads Boston National Historical Park. Decorate your hiking stick with this colorful and patriotic collector's edition medallion today! Product DetailsApprox 1 1/4'' x 1 5/8
Badlands National Park Walking Stick Medallion
Badlands National Park is home to some serious geographic diversity! In addition to being the location of the largest undisturbed mixed-grass prairie in the United States, Badlands National Park also protects numerous endangered and threatened animal species- like the adorable black-footed ferret. Using a reddish, earthen-toned color-scheme, this hiking stick medallion displays the Badlands and their stunning, layered, geological history. This cool medallion will look great on your hiking or walking stick, and would be a great addition to any collection. Product DetailsApprox 1.5'' x 1.25''Comes with nails for easy mounting
Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Hiking Stick Medallion
Although buffalo had made a crude trail in the Cumberland Gap before the arrival of European settlers, Daniel Boone created a 200-mile trail through the Gap in 1775. First known as Boone Trace and later as the Wilderness Road, it made it possible for easterners to travel to the West.Today, you won't need to blaze any new trails when you visit Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, but this hiking stick medallion will remind you of the efforts, like those of Daniel Boone, that led to the trails of today. This hiking medallion's illustration of an early pioneer all in black against a colorful wilderness background is a fitting tribute to those trailblazers of yore.Product DetailsDimensions: 1 3/4'' W x 1 3/8'' HIncludes 3 nailsDesigned and finished in the USA
Minute Man National Historical Park Hiking Stick Medallion
A type of militiaman during the time of the American Revolution, Minute Men were involved in the first confrontation with the British at Lexington and Concord, what has become famously known as ''the shot heard round the world.'' They got their name from having a musket always within reach so they could be ready to march at a minute's notice.What better image for a hiking stick medallion than the Minute Man? Just like him, hikers spend a lot of time on their feet, staying on the move. Let this medallion, with its colorful illustration of the statue at Minute Man National Historical Park in Massachusetts, inspire you to move out and hit the park's Battle Road Trail-or any trail that beckons you to march.Product DetailsDimensions: 1'' W x 1 3/4'' HIncludes three nailsDesigned and finished in the USA
New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park Hiking Stick Medallion
New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park could very well be the ultimate destination for jazz lovers. Located in New Orleans' French Quarter, the park celebrates and educates about the origins and growth of jazz through concerts, ranger-led demonstrations, video documentaries, and more.Attach this medallion to your hiking stick as a colorful, striking memento of your travels through the streets and neighborhoods of the birthplace of jazz.Product DetailsDimensions: 1 3/4'' W x 1'' HIncludes three nailsDesigned and finished in the USA
I Support America's National Parks Hiking Stick Medallion
The perfect companion for the adventurer in you is our I Support America's National Parks Hiking Stick Medallion! Covering 84 million acres across the US, Saipan, Guam, and the Virgin Islands, use it on your hiking stick when you experience and enjoy the many monuments and landmarks we strive to protect and preserve. Part of our Supporter Collection, this is one of many items that helps deliver education and maintenance services to National Park units! Product DetailsApproximately 1.25'' tallApproximately 1.5'' wideProfits support the National Park Service Made in the USA
Kings Mountain National Military Park Hiking Stick Medallion
*Defiance* was the watchword for American colonists in October 1780, and it paid off well. Instead of obeying a British officer's command to lay down their arms, they decided to attack and defeated loyalists at Kings Mountain. Their success paved the way for the final victory over Lord Cornwallis that ended the American Revolution the following year.Located in South Carolina, Kings Mountain National Military Park preserves the site of this important battle of the American Revolution. This hiking stick medallion commemorates the park and particularly the colonists through its depiction of the American long rifle used by the patriots.Product DetailsDimensions: approx. 1 3/4'' W x 1'' HIncludes three nailsDesigned & finished in the USA
Grand Canyon National Park Walking Stick Medallion
The Grand Canyon, often remarked as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, filled President Theodore Roosevelt with awe when he first saw it. If you've ever been to Grand Canyon National Park we're sure you've experienced the same. This Walking Stick Medallion will spruce up your walking or hiking stick and is the perfect companion for an adventure at Grand Canyon National Park. This medallion is gorgeous, displaying the Canyon and Colorado River in brilliant red, green, brown, and purples- evoking the geological history of the region. Product DetailsApprox 1.25'' x 1.5''Nails for easy mounting included
Hot Springs National Park Hiking Stick Medallion
Hot Springs Reservation was created in 1832 by the US Congress and President Andrew Jackson. It was officially renamed Hot Springs National Park in 1921. Hot Springs National Park consists of 5,500 acres featuring hiking trails, scenic drives, and observation points in the wooded Ouachita Mountains. European architecture and flowering magnolias grace historic Bathhouse Row. Bathing and sipping remain quintessential activities at this unique, federally protected treasure. Hot Springs National Park Hiking Stick Medallion measures 1 13/4''W x 1''H.
Passport to Your National Parks Hiking Stick Medallion
From the establishment of the first national park in 1872 to the present day, the parks have been a true American legacy, and not just the parks: The very idea of them is an original American concept, and together they are a unique American tradition that has been faithfully passed on to us through the years. Since 1986 the Passport to Your National Parks program has been the constant heartbeat of another tradition, that of visiting the parks and preserving your memories of them-not only for yourself but also to pass on to others.This hiking medallion tells the story of that tradition right on your staff. The color American flag beautifully reminds us that the national parks tradition is a genuine American heritage, while the circular logo-reminiscent of a Passport stamp-recalls the 30-year legacy of the Passport program. Carry the tradition with you on the trail! Product DetailsDimensions: 1 1/4'' W x 1 3/4'' HIncludes three nailsDesigned and finished in the USA