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Speak, even if your voice shakes, for those whose history calls for listening. The Great Spirit Miner Denims are a bright-bold reverberance, framed in divine roses.

  • Cotton Twill 
  • Floral Appliqué 
  • Indigenous American Portrait Appliqué
  • Hand-Fading, Distressing, Mending & Patching
  • Mixed-Button Adjustable Waist
  • Adjustable Slide Buckle in Back
  • Cherub Magnolia Love Co. Patch
  • Pockets 
  • Belt Loops

Indigenous Chief Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Lakota)led his people during years of resistance against inhumane policies. His stance was grounded - his legacy still unfolding, emboldening.

Conflicting information abounds about the other young gentleman whose portrait graces this piece; photographed by Carl Moon in 1905, this Indigenous American man is either of Diné Navajo descent or was actually named Eskio Tobar, a Lipan Apache youth of Texas in Diné Navajo Dress. 

A portion of sales from this item supports the efforts of Musically Fed in its mission to help feed Indigenous Americans, including Indigenous American Veterans, and other programs that support Indigenous Americans.

Each Magnolia Pearl item is cut "One Size Fits Most".

Don't see your size call us to inquire about special orders. 503-436-1275

Great Spirit Miner Denim

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Speak, even if your voice shakes, for those whose history calls for listening. The Great Spirit Miner Denims are a bright-bold reverberance, framed in divine roses.

  • Cotton Twill 
  • Floral Appliqué 
  • Indigenous American Portrait Appliqué
  • Hand-Fading, Distressing, Mending & Patching
  • Mixed-Button Adjustable Waist
  • Adjustable Slide Buckle in Back
  • Cherub Magnolia Love Co. Patch
  • Pockets 
  • Belt Loops

Indigenous Chief Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Lakota)led his people during years of resistance against inhumane policies. His stance was grounded - his legacy still unfolding, emboldening.

Conflicting information abounds about the other young gentleman whose portrait graces this piece; photographed by Carl Moon in 1905, this Indigenous American man is either of Diné Navajo descent or was actually named Eskio Tobar, a Lipan Apache youth of Texas in Diné Navajo Dress. 

A portion of sales from this item supports the efforts of Musically Fed in its mission to help feed Indigenous Americans, including Indigenous American Veterans, and other programs that support Indigenous Americans.

Each Magnolia Pearl item is cut "One Size Fits Most".

Don't see your size call us to inquire about special orders. 503-436-1275