Susan B. Anthony

By Hannah Steinig

Who was Susan B. Anthony?

Susan B. Anthony was a Women's Rights Activist and was one of the many women who thought they deserved voting rights. Susan believed that everyone was equal and should be treated fairly. She became active in temperance, since she was a woman, she was not allowed to speak at temperance rallies. She also campaigned for the abolition of slavery, the right for women to own their own property and keep their earnings, and she was one of many leaders for women's labor organizations.

Women's Suffrage

Susan's Reform

Susan lead the National American Woman Suffrage Association. She was also an editor and publisher of "Revolution". Then in the 1900, Anthony persuaded the University of Rochester to admit women to vote. She lead a true activist life; from the day she was born to the day she died.

About Susan

Susan was born on February 15,1820 in Adams, MA. She then died on March 13,1902 in Rochester, NY. She grew up in Admas, Massachusetts