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Susan B. Anothony
5 important dates
1.) Born feb. 15, 1820
2.) 1837, her family lost thier cotton mill.
3.) 1851, she was introduced to Elizabeth Stanton a woman's rights advocate.
4.)1892 was elected president of the national American woman's suffrage association
5.) Died at home on march 13, 1906
12 facts about Susan B. Anthony
1.) Born on feb. 15, 1820
2.) Home town Adams, Massachusetts
3.) Died March 13, 1906 at age 86
4.) Began teaching at the age of 15.
5.) 1846 she was 26 and she took her first actuall paying position teaching the head of a girls department at Canajaharie.
6.) After she stopped teaching she became very involved with womans rights.
7.) Susan attended her first womans rights convention in the year of 1852.
8.) Her picture is on the United States one doller coin.
9.) She grew up a quaker.
10.) She joined the temperance movment to ban alcohol.
11.) She became very good friends with Elizabeth Stanton.
12.) Susan was instrumental to the passage of the married womans propurty bill.
Quotes From Susan B. Anthony
1.) ''The older I get, the greater power I seem to have to help the world; I am like a snowball -- the further I am rolled the more I gain..''
2.) ''There never will be complete equality until women themselves help to make laws and elect lawmakers.''
3.) ''Woman must not depend upon the protection of man, but must be taught to protect herself.''
Susan B. Anthony was a woman that beleived in equal right between a woman and a man. She did not beleive that one sex was suppposed to be in controle or superior to the other. She was very famous for geting brith conrole in order for woman. . She even had here face on the doller coin. for all she did.
I believe what Susan B. Anthony did for us was incrediable. She helped give woman life, and be their own person.