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Who Was Susan B. Anthony? by Pam Pollack

Susan B. Anthony may be an international icon but her campaign for women’s rights had personal roots. Working as a school teacher in New York, Anthony refused to settle for less pay than her male colleagues which ignited her lifelong devotion to women’s equality. Anthony toured the United States and Europe giving speeches and publishing articles as one of the most important advocates of women’s rights. Learn more about the woman behind the movement in Who Was Susan B. Anthony?
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10 Trailblazing Facts About Susan B. Anthony

When people think of the suffrage movement, Susan B. Anthony is one of the names that immediately comes to mind. She was the second of seven children, and her entire family was full of activists. Anti-slavery meetings were eventually held at their farm every Sunday, and her father became friends with prominent abolitionists such as Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison. These experiences shaped her views on equality, and some of her earliest activist work was in support of the abolitionist movement. Teaching was one of the few professions open to women of Anthony's era. She taught from to , eventually becoming principal of the girls' department at Canajoharie Academy in upstate New York.

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Today is the th anniversary of the birth of Susan B., While many older Americans may vaguely recognize her from the U.

Susan B. Her work helped pave the way for the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution , giving women the right to vote. She was president — of the National Woman Suffrage Association. Her work helped pave the way for the Nineteenth Amendment to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote. In Susan B.

The 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote was named for Susan B. Anthony , as was a world record-holding ship. What else don't you know about this famous leader of the Suffrage movement? Susan was not present to attend. Susan B. Anthony was circulating anti-slavery petitions when she was 16 and 17 years old.

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