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Buying our merchandise helps support our programs for promoting Native American history. Right now we offer stickers, bumper stickers and T-shirts featuring the Native History Association logo. Displaying and wearing these items lets others know that you care about Native history and helps get the word out about our organization.

We plan to have more items in the near future so check back soon.

Payments: We use Paypal to handle our online payments, but you don't need a Paypal account to make a purchase. Just choose the "Don't have a PayPal account?" option on the payment page if you prefer to use a credit card.

Please allow two weeks for delivery.


Stickers

Native History Association Sticker

This 4 inch sticker with the Native History Association logo looks good and fits in smaller spaces like laptops and laptop bags, notebooks, or anywhere you care to put one.

Price: $3.00 USD. Free Shipping.

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO.


Bumper Stickers

Native History Association Bumper Sticker

This 3 x 10 inch bumper sticker with the Native History Association logo shows your support for Native history while you're on the road. Also looks good on guitar cases and such.

Price: $6.00 USD. Free Shippng.

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO.


T-Shirts

Native History Association T-Shirt

Show your support by wearing a Native History Association T-shirt.

Shirt quantities are limited so order now.

Free Shippng.

Size: Choose One

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO.


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