Betsy Ross knew at a young age that she wanted to be a seamstress. Later, she ran her own upholstery shop at a time when few women owned businesses. When she was 25, Betsy was paid to make American flags.
This biography of Betsy Ross gives an account of her life as a young girl, her adult life as a businesswoman, and her later years as a mother and grandmother.
Eager young readers will learn amazing anecdotes about the earliest accomplishments of some of America's greatest leaders in these accessible, easy-to-read chapter books.