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Susan B. Anthony
Transcript of Susan B. Anthony
Born: February 15, 1820 Adams, Massachusetts
Died: March 13, 1906
Rochester, New York
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Struggles of Susan B. Anthony
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-Susan B. Anthony was a suffragist, abolitionist, author and speaker who was the president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
We both believe women should have a rights!!
-Susan was raised in a quaker house.
-She worked as a teacher for fifteen years, before becoming a leading figure in the abolitionist and women's voting rights movement
-Susan had a hard time getting people to believe in that women should have rights(women's suffrage).
- SHE WAS HEALTHY!!!!
-Susan died of old age
-After her father's business failed in the late 1830s, Anthony returned home to help her family make ends meet, and found work as a teacher. The Anthonys moved to a farm in the Rochester, New York area, in the mid-1840s. There, they became involved in the fight to end slavery, also known as the abolitionist movement
-Susan wanted to see her success, but she died three years before her work was finally accomplished(reached).
-END WOMEN SUFFRAGE.
-Care for my family
-Be there for them when they need me the most.
-Help them when they need help.
-Tell them "I love you" everyday.
-I'm always stressing about the little things.
-Busy with doing little things
-never was married