Reminisce about your time on the Midwestern waterways with the Grand Portage National Monument Patch. Established in 1958, this national monument preserves the history and culture of the Ojibwe tribe and the interprets the history of the fur trade that occurred here. The patch depicts a bright red canoe and hiker against the landscape at Grand Portage; canoes were a regular means of transportation in the rich history that is preserved at Grand Portage National Monument. Iron or sew this to your jacket or bag and tout your experience at this historical trading post.
- Approx. 3 1/4'' x 3 7/16''
- Iron or sew on to apply