Believed to be written by Thomas Paine around the American Revolution and re-touched by Dean Alfange in the 1950's "American Creed", this paragraph is a powerful statement about self reliance and taking ownership of your life.
Ken has had a version of this creed hanging on the wall in his shop for a few decades. It always seems to catch the eye of like-minded individuals who take the time to read it. This framed print is a silent testament to the American men and women who made this nation great. All this is what makes us Americans!
Specs: -Framed in hickory wood and stained/sealed for a unique finish -Matted using a quality bold black matting -Printed on high quality card stock -Acrylic facing (rather than glass) to protect the print -Ready to hang - sawtooth hanger is securely attached -Proudly made in the USA!
100% of the proceeds from the sales of these frames are donated to Soldier's Angels. Soldiers' Angels is a national nonprofit organization with many programs that provide aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, their families, and a growing veteran population. Over 96% of every dollar donated to Soldier's Angels is used directly in support of their various programs.