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Susan B. Anthony

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by KishaD
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Social Studies
Subject:
American History
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Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony is most famous for being an organizer, writer and speaker for the women's rights movement of the 1800s. She dedicated over 50 years of her life to fighting for a woman's right to vote, also known as the Women's Suffrage Movement. She was a determined and passionate woman who felt that every woman should have the same rights as men to speak their mind and vote in elections. In 1872, Susan chose cast her ballot in the presidential election in New York even though at that time, it was against the law. She was later arrested, tried in court and convicted for voting illegally. Susan B. Anthony's fearlessness, determination and courage continues to inspire people today. Because of her, women today, including myself, can participate in the voting process.

Who was Susan B.?

1820 - Susan was born1846 - Susan becomes a teacher1872 - She is arrested for voting1875- Meets with President Roosevelt to help change the voting laws1906- Susan dies at age 861920- Women are granted the right to vote1979- Susan is honored with her portrait on the U.S. dollar coin

Susan B. Anthony was a fighter! She was a champion of women's rights in the 1800s. If you want to learn about an amazing, strong and fearless woman, Susan is the person for you. Susan B. Anthony had a great impact on history because she he worked tirelessly for the Women's Suffrage movement. She spent over 50 years fighting for the rights of women to vote in the election process. Without her, women including myself, would not have the right to vote and make our voices heard.

Lasting Impact

Without Susan, women today, including myself, would not be able to vote!

Susan B. Anthony

History Maker!

Timeline

Act of Courage

Susan rocked the VOTE!!

Be Brave!!

Failure is IMPOSSIBLE!!


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