Pecos National Hist. Park Pin - Battle of Glorietta Pass
Show your support for national parks on your sleeve, lapel, bag, or wherever! Our enameled metal pins have a colorful design on the front and a brushed finish reverse. This pin features an image of a period appropriate piece of artillery as might have been used at the Battle of Glorietta Pass. Dubbed the "Gettysburg of the West," the Battle of Glorieta Pass (March 26–28, 1862) was the decisive battle of the New Mexico Campaign during the American Civil War. It also happened to take place within the area now protected by Pecos National Historical Park. A handy butterfly clutch attachment securely affixes the pin to any fabric surface.
- Official park pin approved by the National Park Service for Pecos National Historical Park
- Size: 1 1/8" round