Susan B Anthony

Womens rights activist

A little about Susan B Anthony

Susan B Anthony was a big part of the womens rights movement. She was a New York state agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society. In 1852 she co-founded the New York Women's State Temperamce Society. She was arrested several times for tryimg to vote. Shr normally gave 70 to 100 speeches in her lifetime over womens rights. She was a huge part of the rights women have today.

Facts about Susan

  • Grew up in Massachusetts
  • The B in her name stands for Brownell
  • Has her own US coin
  • Has a museum in her childhood home
  • Learned to read and write at age 3
  • Celebrated her 80th at the White House
  • She liked girls
  • Had a ship named after her
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