PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — March is Women’s History Month and the Betsy Ross House is celebrating the month in a special way.

The Old City landmark unveiled the Women at Work in Revolutionary America exhibit on Thursday. The exhibit takes a look into the jobs that women held in Colonial America.

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The interactive exhibit also tells the story of Phyllis, a freed African laundress.

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The house is hosting free Women’s History Month events all month long.

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