Elizabeth Griscom Ross (January 1, 1752 – January 30, 1836), was an American upholsterer who was credited with making the first American flag, accordingly known as the Betsy Ross flag.
Colonial Patriots were those colonists of the Thirteen Colonies who rebelled against British control during the American Revolution and in July 1776 declared the United States of America an independent nation.
Their rebellion was based on the political philosophy of republicanism, as expressed by spokesmen such as Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Thomas Paine. They were opposed by the Loyalists who instead supported continued British rule.
As a group, Patriots represented a wide array of social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds. They included lawyers like John Adams and Alexander Hamilton; planters like Thomas Jefferson and George Mason; merchants like Alexander McDougall and John Hancock; and ordinary farmers like Daniel Shays and Joseph Plumb Martin.
Patriots also included slaves and freemen such as Crispus Attucks, a free man and the first martyr of the American Revolution; James Armistead Lafayette, who served as a double agent for the Continental Army; and Jack Sisson, who, under the command of Colonel William Barton, was the leader of the first successful black operation mission in American history, resulting in the capture of British General Richard Prescott.
Many Patriots were active before 1775 in groups such as the Sons of Liberty. The most prominent leaders of the Patriots are referred to today by Americans as the Founding Fathers.
Patriots came from many different backgrounds. Among the most active of the Patriots group were highly educated and fairly wealthy individuals. However, without the support of ordinary men and women, such as farmers, lawyers, merchants, seamstresses, homemakers, shopkeepers, and ministers, the struggle for independence would have failed.
Dry-Fit Jersey Mesh Polo
The entire Proud Americans Who Serve Polo line is made with high quality Jersey mesh polyester material to ensure you have a polo shirt that will be the same size and quality after numerous washes with colors to that are unwavering in detail and resilience in color.
The Proud Americans Who Serve polo has unparalleled breathability for superior cooling. The Jersey mesh technology ensures breathable comfort all day long. This technology locks in color; keeping the designs and colors crisp-making these polos a must have fan favorite all season long.
The Proud Americans Who Serve Polos are made with flat lock stitching using 4 needles with 6 threads overlocking.
165 gsm / 4.87-ounce, 100% Jersey mesh polyester (front, back, and side panels)
Moisture wicking, eco-friendly, quick dry material
Around the neck tag-free label
Flat knit collar
3-button placket with dyed-to-match black buttons
Set-in, open hem sleeves
The official Proud Americans Who Serve label inside the collar
Packaged in individual polybags
Caring for your Proud Americans Who Serve Polo
Please adhere to these washing and drying instructions to ensure your shirt last for years to come.
- MACHINE WASH COLD
- WASH INSIDE OUT WITH LIKE COLORS
- DO NOT USE SOFTNERS
- REMOVE IMMEDIATELY
- DO NOT ALLOW TO LAY ON ITSELF WHEN WET
- DO NOT BLEACH
- COOL IRON
- DO NOT IRON DESIGN
- DO NOT DRY CLEAN
- TUMBLE DRY LOW