What Is Susan's Role In The Temperance Movement

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Born on Feburary 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts. She was the second eldest child out of seven, two of which unforunatley passed away as young children. Growing up she was brought up as a Quaker and as a young woman often fought for a variety of justice with her family. Her family was very politically active with the time with trying to to stop slavery. They also took part in the temperance movement in which they tried to limit how much liquor was sold and bought at the time. Soon after Susan began teaching, but after fifteen years she realized where her true passion was. It was being an activist for womens rights now it was time to get involved with all of the temperance movements going on. Seeing all of that made Susan want to take a stand
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