Susan Brownell Anthony

by Macey

Susan B. Anothony was born on february 15, 1820

She grew up in a Quaker household and went to a Quaker school in Philadelphia. Her family was always politically active.

In 1849, she took the head position at the girls department at Canajoharie academy, she devoted her life's work for women's rights. She was motivated by they way she and other women were treated.

what was wrong?

Woman were miss treated. Here are some things to show how:

Women were not aloud to vote

They were to be seen not heard

Had to sit behind the men at gatherings

Divorce rights, Men took everything left Women with nothing

Women's paycheck went to their Father or Husband

Cant go to college

No right to own property

1853, at a convention she spoke for, better pay for women teachers, boys and girls no matter what the race gets education equal treatment,

what did she do to make changes? accomplishment?

At a convention she spoke for better pay for women teachers,

boys and girls no matter what the race gets education equal treatment.

she raised money.

she joined the daughters temperance movement and oraginzed womens rights

convention.

She accomplished the right for women to vote.

Death and Rememberance

She died on March 13, 1906 from heart failure, pneumonia.

Rememberance day its a holiday to celebrate her birth and her accomplishment on February 15th.

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