Susan B. Anthony

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  • Susan B. Anthony
  • "Failure is Impossible!"
  • Accomplishments
  • Men, their rights, and nothing more; Women, their rights, and nothing less.
  • Importance
  • "To think I have had more than 60 years of hard struggle for a little liberty, and then to die without it seems so cruel."
  • Susan B. Anthony grew up in a Quaker family, meaning they were a very religious family. They moved to New York after a short period and Anthony was sent to a Quaker School. Being part of slavery movement, the family both bought and used their farm for a place to meet with famed abolitionists, like Frederick Douglass.
  • Susan B. Anthony was a leading figure in the abolitionist and the Women's right to Vote movement, also known as Women Suffrage. Another big accomplishment was establishing the Women's NY State Temperance Society in 1852.
  • Anthony is remembered for her effort to support the rights of Women so they can vote. After this big movement she eventually became a huge leader of the National American Women Suffrage Association. She always wanted to get involved and help with social issues, like supporting anti-slavery.
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