Mt. Princeton - Summit Patch

Mount Princeton was most likely named by Henry Gannett (The Father of Government Mapmaking), a Harvard graduate and chief topographer in a government survey led by George M. Wheeler. This 14,204 ft is one of the most dramatic, abruptly rising nearly 7,000 feet above the Arkansas River valley in only 6 miles. The first recorded ascent was on July 17, 1877, at 12:30 pm by William Libbey of Princeton University; it is likely that various miners had climbed the peak earlier.

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Product Specs

Sticker: 4 mil White Vinyl Indoor / Outdoor Sticker
Magnet: 30 mil Indoor Magnet w/ Full Color Print
Patch: 100% Embroidered Patch w/ Iron on backing

Type: Chevron

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