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The Betsy Ross flag is an early design of the flag of the United States, named for upholsterer and flag maker Betsy Ross. The pattern, which was in use as early as 1777, uses the common themes of an alternating red-and-white striped area with stars in a blue canton. Its distinguishing feature is thirteen 5-pointed stars arranged in a circle to represent the unity of the Thirteen Colonies. As a historic U.S. flag, it has long been a popular patriotic symbol.
The “Betsy Ross” flag is featured on the seal of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, together with the modern United States flag to represent veterans throughout United States history.