Hell was first settled in 1838 by George Reeves and his family.  Farmers would come into town to grind their flour at his mill and would also, uh, overindulge in his whiskey.  So it wasn’t uncommon for wagons to return home without their drivers.  When the State of Michigan asked George what to call his town in 1841, he said “Call it Hell for all I care, everyone else does.”

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Hell was first settled in 1838 by George Reeves and his family.  Farmers would come into town to grind their flour at his mill and would also, uh, overindulge in his whiskey.  So it wasn’t uncommon for wagons to return home without their drivers.  When the State of Michigan asked George what to call his town in 1841, he said “Call it Hell for all I care, everyone else does.”

Grab a Hell Yes unisex shirt or one in the women’s cut.

Love,

The Mitten State

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