Susan B. Anthony

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In History
  • Early Years

    Early Years
    Susan B. Anthony was born in Adams, Massachusetts. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Early Life and Family

    Early Life and Family
    Susan became a quaker at the age of 13 like her father. At a very young age she started helpiing her mother run the household. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • School Teacher

    School Teacher
    At the age of 26 Susan became the head teacher for girls at Canajoharie Academy. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Susan Quits Teaching

    Susan Quits Teaching
    After seeing how women are treated unfairly, Susan decides to quit teaching and starts to work to change laws that were unfair to women. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Susan meets Elizabeth

    Susan meets Elizabeth
    Susan meets Elizabeth Cady Stanton. She is inspired by her and her fight for women's rights. They become good friends and work together to win equal rights for women. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • A Petition for Rights

    A Petition for Rights
    Susan with Elizabeth creates a petition in 1854 and ten thousand people signed the petition. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • New Law

    New Law
    Legislators finally passed a new law that gave married women in New York the right to own property. This was a new beginning. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Slavery and Equal Rights

    Susan created another petition to end slavery and presented it the the United States Congress. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • 13th Amendment

    Congress passed the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It ended slavery in the United States. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • The Revolution

    The Revolution
    Susan and Elizabeth start a newspaper called The Revolution. The articles focused on equal rights. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • 14th Amendment

    14th Amendment
    Congress passed the 14th Amendment and it granted rights to men who were once slaves. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • 15th Amendment

    Congress passed the 15th Amendent to the U.S. Constitution. It gives African-American men the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Women Suffrage

    Women Suffrage
    Susan breaks the law and decides to vote, she is arrested by a police officer. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • First Book Published

    Susan and Elizabeth wrote three books about women suffrage. The first book comes out, it is called A History of Women Suffrage. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Women Meeting

    Women Meeting
    Susan planned a meeting for women from many nations. Women came to the United States from Europe and Asia. The meeting helped bring worldwide attention to women's rights. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Susan's death

    Susan's death
    Susan dies just a month after she spoke at a national women suffrage meeting. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • 19th Amendment

    19th Amendment
    Congress passed the 19th Amendment, and many people called it the Susan B. Anthony Amendment. It gave women the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis
  • Susan B. Anthony Dollar

    Susan B. Anthony Dollar
    The U.S. government honored Susan by putting her picture on a coin. It was the first time a women was put on a coin, it is a one dollar coin. Susan B. Anthony, A Photo-Illustrated Biography by Lucile Davis