Susan B. Anthony by: Alexus williams

Susan B. Anthony was born February 15,1820 in Adams,Massachusetts. She died at the age of 89 on March 13, 1906 Rochester, NY

She was against slavery and she's was called a quaker because she was raised in a quaker household.Also she wanted to voted in the 1872, but she got arrested because she was a female.She had to pay a fine of $100 and had to go to the supreme court.

After the court she found a partner name Elizabeth S. and eventually lead a National American Woman Suffrage Association.She got women's rights in New York.Then after she got women's right she wanted to end alcohol limited or stop it completely.

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