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John Bill Ricketts was a circus god He would perform in the city of Philadelphia John Bill Ricketts was watched by thousands of people from all over the world The newcomer from England put on quite the show with his cast He was so good that even George Washington once came to see his performance This is a piece of the story of the famous Ricketts CircusJohn Bill Ricketts first started his business in 1793 although he planned to have it open in 1792 He first came to Philadelphia in the early 1790s moving from New England An Ode To John Bill Ricketts When Ricketts opened his circus he invited a few circus friends to help him out and be in his circus and they accepted his offer although Ricketts was the owner he would perform Though Ricketts wasnt the only owner of his circus he was in a partnership The First Circus in America John Bill Ricketts was a very skilled performer and a magician An Ode To John Bill Ricketts John Bill Ricketts circus was popular but didnt gain popularity over night It took Ricketts fifty years to become the circus Circus Timeline After the burnt to the ground pantheon in Philadelphia Ricketts brought the circus to New York He opened his new circus on Greenwich Street When he built his circus he made sure he built a huge ring Circus Timeline It was 42 feet long His circus also opened up a place where the upper middle and lower class could all be in one affordable place One of Ricketts most famous acts was when he rode the horse it was so great because it was George Washingtons horse As shown you can now see how great his circus was although it took fifty years to become the best One thing that John Bill Ricketts was most famous for were his buildings and arenas He was famous for these because
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