Betsy Ross and the Making of America
Marla Miller talked about her book, Betsy Ross and the Making of America, in which she recounts the life of Betsy Ross. Long-fabled in American history, the author examines the flag seamstress’s work for the American Revolution, which provides insight into an artisan’s life in Philadelphia during the 18th century. The author also recalls Ross' personal life, she died in 1836 at the age eighty-four, had been married three times, and had seven children. Marla Miller discussed her book at the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia. close
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