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Susan B. Anthony. Women’s Suffrage. Susan B. Anthony. She was born February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts. Her parents were raised to believe that men and women had equal rights. The world outside her home thought differently. What Does That Mean?.

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susan b anthony

Susan B. Anthony

Women’s Suffrage

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Susan B. Anthony
  • She was born February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts.
  • Her parents were raised to believe that men and women had equal rights.
  • The world outside her home thought differently.
what does that mean
What Does That Mean?
  • Women’s Suffrage is the right for women to vote.
  • Inequality means the opposite of being equal. When it comes to women’s suffrage, inequality refers to women not having the equal right that men had to vote.
  • 19th Amendment gives all women of the United States the right to vote.
what did susan b anthony do
What Did Susan B. Anthony Do?
  • 1869: She, and Elizabeth Stanton, formed the National Woman Suffrage Association with hopes of getting the 19th amendment added to the constitution.
  • 1872: She felt so strongly about her right to vote that she voted in the presidential election illegally.
susan b anthony s life accomplishments
Susan B. Anthony’s Life Accomplishments
  • Although Susan B. Anthony died in 1906 before the 19th amendment was added to the constitution, her goal was accomplished and women were given the equal right to vote.
  • Susan B. Anthony paved the way for the passage of the 19thamendment in 1920.