Happy Holler - Knoxville, TN t-shirt


Have a rootin' tootin' good time in this new shirt celebrating a small but historical part of Knoxville. “Happy holler started about 1885 when an Irish immigrant named Kavanaugh noticed that many farmers’ wagons seemed to have trouble negotiating a steep dip in the road in Knoxville. As wagons got stuck in the mud, or broke axels, he figured they could use a drink, and opened a saloon here. It was a hit, […] and for years Happy Holler had a rough reputation with multiple beer joints.” - An excerpt from Jack Neely’s Historic Knoxville: The Curious Visitor’s Guide to its Stories and Places

These are screen printed on Bella+Canvas shirts made of 52% Airlume combed and ring spun cotton and 48% polyester to give them a soft, vintage feel with breathability. 

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