Susan B. Anthony
By: Maria Jaimes
She was raised in a Quacker's Household. She was also a very famous activist.
Susan B. Anthony was born in March 13, 1820 in Adams, Massachussetts. She was the oldest of eight children to a local cotton mill and his wife. Only six of her siblings were able to get to adulthood and one was stillborn and died at age two.
Susan's family moved to Batenville, New York and at that time Susan was sent to a Quacker school near Philadelphia.
Susan was devoted for social issues especially the one's with the woman's rights, for example woman's rights to vote. But since no one realized woman's right she wanted everyone to realize that.