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Susan B. Anthony

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Mr. Stack

on 11 February 2016

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Transcript of Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony
Life's work
Susan B. Anthony deticated her life to womans rights. Her main point of work was to help woman gain the freedom that she believed that they truly deserved. One big thing that she did was become part of the the Woman's National Loyal League, it was to make rights for woman and people of any race. Her wish was granted. (Sort of) Slaves were no more. But there was still no rights for women. Even though she still was disapointed, she kept on going and that has done her good.
Loved quotes
"Men, their rights, and nothing more; woman, their rights, and nothing less."
"There will never be complete equality until woman themselves make laws and elelct lawmakers." "I declare to you woman must not depend upon the protection of men, but must be taught to protect herself, and there I shall take my stand."
Susan B. anthony worked in the Temprance movement, which was the the belief that alcoholic bevrages should not be alowed. She worked with her aquatince Elizabeth Cady Stantion.
Susan B. Anthnoy
Woman' rights in the 1800's

One day in Adams, Massachusetts
on February 15, 1850 a baby girl was born and her name was Susan B. Anthony. Little did her family know, she would do great later on, in the Woman's rights movement.
The 1800's was an awful time for Woman's rights. It was hard for any woman to stand up to these unfair rules because one rule was that they couldn't have an education. So they didn't know how to stop these unfair rules. Some of these rules were that your'e not aloud to vote, no schooling or enployment, and you had to be a house wife and with a future of raising many children.
Woman's rights now
Now, all woman have the same rights as men do. Such as the right to vote, a proper education, and enployment. ( they don't have to be a house wife.)
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