Margaret Manny

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Margaret Manny was a milliner in colonial Philadelphia who made flags for the United States during the American Revolution.

Manny began making jacks and ensigns for ships as early as December 1774.[1] She also supposedly made the Grand Union Flag, or Continental Colors, first flown by John Paul Jones aboard the Alfred on 3 December 1775.

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  1. ^ Leepson, 51