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Knit Tote w/Gusset

Knit Tote w/Gusset

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Bags

12 Knit Tote w/Gusset

Price: $41.00

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Laptop Case

Laptop Case

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Bags

Slim, padded briefcase gets you to work and beyond in perennial style. Native American-inspired jacquard fabric is woven in our American mills. Detachable fixed-length leather shoulder strap. Inside zip pocket. Cotton lining. 12 in. strap drop. Unnapped. 82% wool/18% cotton. Spot clean. Imported of USA fabric.

Price: $166.00

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Laptop Sleeve

Laptop Sleeve

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Bags

Jacquard Accessories
Unnapped. 82% wool 18% cotton. Spot Clean. Made in China of USA fabric.

Price: $54.00

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Large Knit Tote Flat

Large Knit Tote Flat

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Bags

10 Large Knit Tote Flat

Price: $39.00

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Large Portfolio

Large Portfolio

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Others

Make an executive decision to stay meeting-ready. Portfolio holds a standard letter-size notepad, pen and business cards. Leather-trimmed spine, Pendleton logo embossed on inside leather cardholder. This colorful pattern, woven in our American mills, honors Mexico's Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, a 3,000-year-old ritual that celebrates one's ancestors. Unnapped. 82% wool/18% cotton. Spot clean. Imported of USA fabric.

Price: $73.00

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Large Travel Bag

Large Travel Bag

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Bags

Our Pecos jacquard sets this overnight bag apart from the sea of other black canvas bags on the move. The Pecos pattern reflects the artistic heritage of two ancient peoples of the American Southwest. Generations ago, the village of Pecos controlled the trade path between the Native American farmers of the Rio Grande in the south and the tribes of Plains buffalo hunters to the north. Pecos pueblo residents became economically powerful and accomplished in the arts and customs of the two worlds. Today, the ruins of Pecos pueblo sit on a small ridge in the Pecos River Valley. Classic diamonds are symbols from both cultures. Two bellows snap pockets outside, three zippered pockets inside. 100% pure virgin wool jacquard is woven in our Northwest mill. Back and bottom are sturdy canvas. Removable, adjustable shoulder strap, padded handles. Pattern placement varies. Imported of USA fabric.

Price: $156.00

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Large Wool Tote

Large Wool Tote

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Bags

04 Large Wool Tote

Price: $56.00

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Legendary Mugs 2012

Legendary Mugs 2012

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Kitchen Collections

Brighten a counter or desk with the legendary motifs on our 18-oz. mugs. Perfect for office or den, they make distinctive corporate gifts. Dishwasher safe and microwave safe. Gift boxed.

Price: $19.00

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Lucky Bear

Lucky Bear

Manufacturer: Pendleton Woolen Mills
Category: Kids

Lucky is our new stuffed bear covered from head-to-toe in Coyote Butte fabric. 82% wool/18% cotton, poly filled, Imported of USA fabric.

Price: $63.00

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Minnesota Book of Days

Minnesota Book of Days

Manufacturer: Bemidji Woolen Mills
Category: Others

An Almanac of State History
By: Compiled by Tony Greiner Foreward by Howard Mohr

The Minnesota Book of Days is a entertaining and educational day-by-day account of Minnesota history, chronicling important events, famous firsts, notable individuals, and interesting incidents.
Tony Greiner's thorough research and keen sense of the offbeat combine to produce a book that is both serious history and unexpected fun, a perfect gift and a handy compendium. Did you know that the mercury sank below freezing on the Fourth of July in 1859? Or that on August 18, 1929, a 350-pound bear wandered into the lounge of the Hotel Duluth? Or that on October 8, 1956, the world's first fully enclosed shopping mall, Southdale Shopping Center, opened in Edina?
This handy guide explores famous and not-so-famous aspects of Minnesota's history in lively entries for each day of the year. Whether you're a visitor or a lifelong resident, these tidbits about noteworthy events and people just might inspire you to explore Minnesota history in greater depth.
TONY GREINER lived in Minnesota for only a few years, but in that time he tasted lutefisk and learned to like fried cheese curds and mini-donuts. A member of the Al Newman fan club and the fifth place winner in the State Fair Spam Cook-off, Greiner now lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, a sixth-generation Minnesotan who has regaled him with stories of Halsey Hall, Lunch with Casey, and the "Blizzard of '65."
HOWARD MOHR was a writer for and frequent guest on public radio's "A Prairie Home Companion" and is the author of How to Talk Minnesotan.

Price: $13.95

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