Susan B. Anthony

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  • Birth

    Birth
    Susan B. Anthony was born in Adams, Massachusetts.
  • Quaker Boarding School

    Quaker Boarding School
    Susan attended the boarding school, Deborah Moulson's Female Seminary, for one semester, because her father went bankrupt and could not pay for her tuition.
  • Headmistress of Canajoharie Academy

    Headmistress of Canajoharie Academy
    Susan taught English, math, botany, philosophy and history.
  • Went to an anti alcohol convention

    Went to an anti alcohol convention
    "I cannot think going to a dance with ones whose highest delight is to make a fool of himself", said Susan as she went against alcohol.
  • Went on a 5 month tour to villages and towns

    Went on a 5 month tour to villages and towns
    She went on a 5-month tour starting on Christmas day to help women gain rights everywhere.
  • An agent for the American Anti Slavery Society

    An agent for the American Anti Slavery Society
    Susan and her father helped runaway slaves escape through the underground railroad.
  • Presented petition to the Women's National Loyal League

    Presented petition  to the Women's National Loyal League
    Susan goes to the highest authority to end slavery by working to amend the Constitution.
  • Calls first Women's Suffrage Association

    Calls first Women's Suffrage Association
    Susan worked with this organization to tell more people about women's suffrage (the right to vote).
  • Arrested on Thanksgiving

    Arrested on Thanksgiving
    Susan was arrested for voting.
  • Helped establish an amendment that gave women the right to vote

    Helped  establish an amendment that gave women the right to vote
    She did this to give women the right to vote.
  • Establish a press bureau to create articles about women's suffrage

    Establish  a press bureau to create  articles about women's suffrage
    Susan wants to remind and inform people about women's suffrage.
  • Death

    Death
    Died on March 13, 1906 at the age of 86 in Rochester, New York. She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, New York.
  • 19th Amendment

    19th Amendment
    The 19th Amendment was passed on June 4, 1919. This is often called, "The Susan B. Anthony Amendment".