Susan B. Anthony

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  • Susan Brownell Anthony was born.

    Susan Brownell Anthony was born.
    Susan B. Anthony was born on Feb. 15th, 1820 in Massachusetts, in a town called Adams.
  • Susan's dad takes her out of school in 1838.

    Susan's dad takes her out of school in 1838.
    In 1837, Susan's father goes into a depression and he took her and her sister, Guelma out of school. While in his depression, the family has to move to Rochester becasue they lost their house in Battenville.
  • In 1845, Susan moved to Rochester, NY.

    In 1845, Susan moved to Rochester, NY.
  • Susan B. Anthony attended a women's suffrage convention.

    With her family, Susan attended a women's rights' convention in Rochester.
  • Susan B. Anthony quit teaching at Canajoharie Academy.

    Susan B. Anthony quit teaching at Canajoharie Academy.
    She quit teaching to join full time in the women's suffrage movement.
  • Susan B. Anthony gives her first speech.

    President of the Daughters of Temperance, Susan gives her first speech about wanting stronger laws on the control of alochol.
  • Susan B. Anthony meets Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

    Susan B. Anthony meets Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
    At a anti-slavery protest in Syracuse, Susan B. Anthony meets Elizabeth Cady Stanton through their mutual friend, Amelia Bloomer.
  • Beginning of Women's Rights for Susan B. Anthony!

    Susan joined the women's rights and suffrage cause in 1845 and met with Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
  • Susan writes the Appeal to the Women of the Republic along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton's help.

  • First Women's Rights Convention that was held ever since the Civil War began.

    Susan B. Anthony was present at this meeting, of course.
  • Susan B. Anthony spoke at a New York State Constitutional Convention.

  • Susan writes to a woman by the name of Amy Post on the subject of Kansas voting rights.

  • Susan B. Anthony publishes her first co-written weekly article with Elizabeth Cady Stanton about women's rights.

    Susan B. Anthony publishes her first co-written weekly article with Elizabeth Cady Stanton about women's rights.
    The Revolution promoted women and African American rights.
  • Susan formed the NWSA to help women's rights and suffarge.

    Susan formed the NWSA to help women's rights and suffarge.
    With Julia Ward Howe and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan formed the National Wome's Suffrage Association to educate the public on the unfairness of women's rights and to make better laws to help women vote.
  • Susan is arrested in New York for voting.

    Susan is arrested in New York for voting.
  • Susan B. Anthony is tried for voting and found guilty.

    Susan B. Anthony is tried for voting and found guilty.
  • Susan B. Anthony makes the first speech at the New York State Nurses' Convention.

    Susan B. Anthony makes the first speech at the New York State Nurses' Convention.
    She stsated that it was so hard to find practiced nurses with a degree and that was because women found it very hard to get a doctor's degree in college.
  • Susan gives her famous speech at Washington D.C.

    Susan gives her famous speech at Washington D.C.
    "Failure is Impossible" was the speech.
  • Susan B. Anthony passes away.

    Susan B. Anthony passes away.
    On March 13th, 1906, Susan died in Rochester, NY.
  • 19th Amendment passes to state that all women may vote as long as they are 21 or over.

    19th Amendment passes to state that all women may vote as long as they are 21 or over.
    This amendment is known to a lot of people as the "Susan B. Anthony Amendment" because of all she did tohelp move along women's rights.
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    In 1826, Susan moved to Battenville, New York.

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    Susan B. Anthony teaches at Canajoharie Academy.

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    Susan B. Anthony joins the Anti-Slavery Society to promote African American's rights.

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    Susan B. Anthony leads the National Americal Women's Suffrage Association (NAWSA) as president.

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    Ida Husted Harper published three volumes of books called, "The Life and Works of Susan B. Anthony."

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    Susan B. Anthony met with President Roosevelt to try to help along women's rights.