Betsy Ross House

Betsy Ross, who is credited with making the first Stars and Stripes flag, lived here after her husband, Patriot John Ross, died in 1776. Her living quarters and shop are preserved in the brick, gable-roofed home (c.1740).

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Adresse : 

239 Arch St.

Price:

5 $

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