Betsy Ross January 1, —January 30, was a colonial seamstress who is usually credited with creating the first American flag. During the American Revolution , Ross made flags for the navy. After her death, she became a model of patriotism and a key figure in the legend of early American history. Her parents were Samuel and Rebecca James Griscom. Ross was the great-granddaughter of a carpenter, Andrew Griscom, who had arrived in New Jersey in from England.
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