Epi 175 :: Lisa Acker Moulder, Director & Betsy Ross, as Betsy Ross :: Betsy Ross House

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We are going through a time warp on this episode. Lisa shares all that’s currently happening at The Betsy Ross House—the only historic site dedicated to telling the stories of working-class colonial women and their contribution to our nation’s early days. While Betsy Ross, yes Betsy Ross, tells us what it was like to be a working mother, entrepreneur, head of household, as well as a revolutionary, during her era. Both of these amazing guests give us a greater appreciation for the women who have been overlooked by history and make us excited to experience the interactive exhibits, audio guides and first-person interpretations the Betsy Ross House creates in order to bring history to life.

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