Vintage Alcorn State University Crest T-shirt

Vintage Alcorn State University Crest T-shirt

45.00

Alcorn State University was founded at the former Oakland College, a school for whites established by the Presbyterian Church. Oakland College closed its doors at the beginning of the American Civil War because of the outbreak of war; most students enlisted in the military. When the college failed to reopen at the end of the war, the property was sold to the state of Mississippi. It renamed the facility as Alcorn University in 1871 in honor of James L. Alcorn, then the state's governor, and established it as a land grant institution and historically black college.

  • XL (See measurements below)

  • Deadstock (Never Worn)

  • SKU: TS100-131

  • Chest-241/4 Waist-24 Shoulders-221/2 Length-31 Sleeves-91/2

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