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Susan B. Anthony
"Failure is Impossible!"
Men, their rights, and nothing more; Women, their rights, and nothing less.
"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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