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  • Susan B Anthony

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    Susan B Anthony Some Facts Regarding the Suffrage Movement and Susan B Anthony’s Involvement Cindy Mutchler November 13, 2011 American Public University Tara Simpson HIST 102 Most people have heard of Susan B Anthony as her face is on some of our dollar coins. But some may not know the reasons behind her being on that coin, and the way that she got there. This and many other things in themselves make her fascinating and intriguing as well. Born on February 15 1820, Susan B. Anthony

  • Susan B. Anthony

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    Susan B. Anthony once said, “I declare to you that woman must not depend upon the protection of man, but must be taught to protect herself, and there I take my stand.” (Brainy Quote) Susan B. Anthony is a recognizable name, but one that is not rightfully credited for the equal society we live in today. During her time, “equal” was a feared term for many American citizens, and at the mention of this word, many turned their heads. To some, equal meant white, middle-class men giving away their to control

  • The Journey Of Susan B. Anthony

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    Dare to Vote: The Journey of Susan B. Anthony Susan B. Anthony entered the juryless courtroom. A judge sat before her. Just shortly after she arrived, Anthony said, “I have many things to say. My every right, constitutional, civil, political and judicial has been tramped upon. I have not only had no jury of my peers, but I have had no jury at all” ( Anthony stressed that the laws were not fair only because they were created by men. The courtroom tensed as she made more points

  • Essay on Susan B. Anthony

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    think of it in a negative way, as a woman who is too high strung and opinionated. The word feminist is actually a female who has opinions on the way her sex is treated. Modern feminism will be discussed, along with using some examples such as Susan B. Anthony.      As to the history of feminism, the beginning will be with what is called the “Feminist Revolution” (Rappaport 28). This revolution began in 1837 in New York. Women banded together for the first time at an anti-slavery convention. These

  • Susan B Anthony Analysis

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    In the early stages of the year 1873, social reformer, women's rights advocate, proponent of feminism, Susan B. Anthony, shed’s light on women being able to have a lawful right to vote, with an influential speech, that leads to equality for women and men, this protest coordinates women and voting, but also opens opportunity for women in everything that they do. Susan B. Anthony supports her claims in a forceful manner, by explaining the amount of suffrage taking place in women's lives, as a result

  • Susan B Anthony Achievements

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    Susan Brownell Anthony was a fierce and powerful woman who was very determined to fight for equal rights. Her speeches and enthusiasm captured the attention of many, and this was important because she influenced the government to finally pass the 19th amendment which gave women suffrage in 1920. She powered through all the obstacles that were imposed on her. Later, her name went down in history. On February 15, 1820 in Adams Massachusetts, Susan B. Anthony was born into a large Quaker family consisting

  • Susan B. Anthony Essay

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    Susan B. Anthony Susan Brownell Anthony was a magnificent women who devoted most of her life to gain the right for women to vote. She traveled the United States by stage coach, wagon, and train giving many speeches, up to 75 to 100 a year, for 45 years. She went as far as writing a newspaper, the Revolution, and casting a ballot, despite it being illegal. Susan B. Anthony was born on February 15, 1820, in Adams, Massachusetts. She was the second of eight children in her family

  • Contributions Of Susan B Anthony

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    Champion of women’s rights, Susan B. Anthony ultimately became one of the most visible leaders of the women’s suffrage movement in the 19th century. Anthony invested fifty years of her life advocating for the social and legal equality of women. Anthony demanded women have a voice across multiple spheres and independence in their personal, economic, and political lives. She believed that suffrage was the ultimate expression of women truly being citizens. Her work inspired thousands of women to fight

  • A Look into Susan B. Anthony

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    articles all the way to her death. Susan B. Anthony was a lady who was influenced by her Quaker family. She made many accomplishments even though it didn’t come in the form of a medal. She made history without fighting, medals, or money. Just her dedication to help women and slaves. Susan B. Anthony was born on February15, 1820. Anthony was the second oldest of eight children. The family was Quakers. They believed everyone was equal including black folks. Anthony was also a well rounded student

  • Susan B. Anthony Essay

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    Susan B. Anthony On February 15, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts, a woman by the name of Susan Brownell Anthony was born to parents Daniel and Lucy (Read) Anthony. She was the second born of a strongly rooted Quaker family of eight (Hist.Bio.-1). Because they lived in a Quaker neighborhood, Susan was not heavily exposed to slavery. The family made anti-slavery talks an almost daily conversation over the dinner table. She also saw men and women on the same level (Stoddard 36). “A hard working