The Blue Fugate's are a famous family clan from Kentucky known for the tendency of it's members to have blue or purple colored skin. The Blue Fugate family was started when a young Frenchman by the name of Martin Fugate found his way to the.
Did you know? When Michigan was a young territory, deer were so common and hunting such a part of life, that deer skins or whole deer were used as money. A deer carcass was worth a dollar, and hence, the dollar became known for what it was worth - a buck.
A famous quote from President Abraham Lincoln that reads "Whatever you are, be a good one" is printed on hand-stretched canvas and wrapped over a sustainably-harvested, FSC-certified wood frame. I may receive commissions from the links in this post.