Men's Long Sleeve T Shirt - Hebert Coat of Arms
Men's Long Sleeve T Shirt - Hebert Coat of Arms

Men's Long Sleeve T Shirt - Hebert Coat of Arms

HEBERT-LS-BLACK-S

Regular price $30.95

Are you proud of your Cajun Heritage? And looking for great comfort in a custom t-shirt to show the world how proud you are to be a CAJUN? Look no further! Les Revenant Apparel is proud to present our "Hebert Family Coat of Arms" Long Sleeve T-Shirt! Our Graphic Tees are super soft, fashionably fit and come in a variety of colors for you to choose from. Our products are 100% designed, created and distributed right here in the Heart of Cajun Country!

Our Graphic Tees are crafted with the following details:

  • Special DryBlend 50/50 preshrunk cotton, polyester blend
  • DryBlend fabric wicks moisture away from body
  • Ultra-comfortable and soft for all-day comfort
  • Tagless, itch-free design
  • Seamless Collar that won’t lose its shape
  • Double Needle Stitching for durability
  • Ribbed Cuffs

NOTE: THIS IS A SPECIAL CUSTOM ORDERED GRAPHIC TEE

All "Family Coat of Arms" Graphic Tees are custom made to order and may require additional delivery time.

Delivery Time: Please allow 7-14 days for delivery.

Learn Cajun (Acadian) History!

Cajuns Defiant Against Englands Oath

A major task taken by the English was to get the Cajuns to swear to England's 'Oath of Allegiance' and become British subjects. The Oath read as follows... 

"I do sincerely promise and swear, that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Anne; and Her will defend to the utmost of my power against all Traiterous Conspiracies and attempts whatsoever which shall be made against her person, Crown or Dignity; and I will do my Utmost Endeavor to disclose and make known to Her Majesty and her Successors, all Treasons, and Traiterous Conspiracies, which I shall Know to be against, or any of them. So help me God!"

It was common for England to require its subjects to take the 'Oath'. However when Lieutenant Governor Vetch tried to force it upon the Cajuns; they refused. The Cajuns stated they would never take an Oath of loyalty to the Queen of England, out of love for their own 'Country, King, and Religion'. 

When the Cajuns refused, Lieutenant Governor Vetch threatened expulsion, since refusal of the oath is viewed as an 'Act of Rebellion'.