Web Search Results for "Betsy Ross"

Betsy Ross - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Early life and family. Betsy Ross was born on January 1, 1752 to Samuel Griscom (1717?93) and Rebecca James Griscom (1721?93) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Betsy ...

Betsy Ross
Betsy Ross was born Elizabeth Griscom and is widely credited with making the first American flag but there is no evidence that the tale is true.

Betsy Ross and the American Flag - US History
A history of the American flag with an analysis of the historical evidence concerning Betsy Ross and additional resources and activities concerning the American flag

Betsy Ross - Folk Hero - Biography.com
Learn more about the design of the first American flag and the seamstress who is believed to have created it, Betsy Ross, at Biography.com.

Betsy Ross Biography: Famed for First American Flag
Betsy Ross made the first American flag -- or did she? Even if she didn't, her life and accomplishments illustrate a woman's life in colonial America.

The Legend of Betsy Ross - U.S. Flag
Elizabeth Griscom Ross (1752-1836), was a Philadelphia seamstress, married to John Ross, an upholsterer who was killed in a munitions explosion in 1776.

Betsy Ross flag - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Betsy Ross flag is an early design of the flag of the United States, popularly ? but very likely incorrectly ? attributed to Betsy Ross, using the common ...

Official Betsy Ross House - Tour, Tickets & Programs ...
Betsy Ross House tours and programs allow you to explore and celebrate one of our nation?s most historic sites.

History of Betsy Ross | Historic Philadelphia
Discover the true history of Betsy Ross and the part she played in the birth of our nation, as an American icon, wife, working mother & entrepreneur.

Betsy Ross - U.S. Flag
Betsy Ross. Elizabeth Griscom Ross (1752-1836), was a Philadelphia seamstress, married to John Ross, an upholsterer who was killed in a munitions explosion in 1776.



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