Susan B. Anthony

Jeremy Aponte, Lauren Mathey

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Early Life

  • Slavery was going on.
  • Susan moved to Rochester in 1849.
  • She had a lot of beliefs like women rights
  • Susan was a teacher

Life's Work

  • Gris were not treated the same as men.
  • She work for rights.
  • Susan B Anthony went to many meetings.
  • Woman could't vote in 1800.
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Later Years

  • She worked with other woman.
  • Women gathered together to talk about voting rights.

Important Information or fun facts

  • She broke the law by trying to vote.
  • Susan was in prison for 3 years.
  • She was bone in massachusehs.
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Sources

pebble go.com

Kidrex (images)