Advertised as a "thrilling historical game", Betsy Ross and the Flag transports players to the historically inaccurate time in 1776, when Betsy Ross didn't design and sew the first American flag. But hey, lets not stop some historical inaccuracies get in the way of a good board game. As Transogram didn't when they published the game, based on the Landmark Book series.
As a player, you play Betsy, replete with sewing basket. You travel around the 13 original colonies, going to their town halls, to collect pieces of the flag. When you've collected all 13 pieces, and assembled your flag, players must make their way to the Flag Committee. The first player to make it to the Flag Committee and present their flag, is the winner. It's all just to thrilling for words. Seeing how there's no evidence that Betsy made the flag, or that there was even a Flag Committee, we'll file this game under the "fantasy" section.