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  • William Clark 1810 Fabric #2

It has finally arrived! The second reproduction of the William Clark fabric is now available. William Clark was appointed as US Superintendent of Indian Affairs in Saint Louis after the famous Lewis & Clark expedition. In a letter written in 1810, he requested cloth similar to the five fabric samples he had enclosed to be used as gifts for the tribes of the Upper Missouri. This letter and the cloth samples are part of the Museum of the Fur Trade's collection, and we have now reproduced two of the five samples. This beautiful red and cream pattern is printed on 100% cotton, and is 45" wide. Orders in one yard increments only.

William Clark 1810 Fabric #2

  • Product Code: 5266
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $14.95