Susan B. Anthony Caroline boozer, Julia glasscott, alex dominguez, Carly Henkel, Morgan johnson, & Ashley barrette

  • What does the B. in Susan B. Anthony stand for?
  • What was Anthony arrested for?
  • Which coin is Anthony represented on?
  • Name one thing that Anthony was known for?


Family / Life History

  • Born February 15th, 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts
  • Family heavily involved in antislavery movement
  • Two brothers became antislavery activists in Kansas
  • Early exposure to injustice and prejudice fueled her desire for equal rights
  • Passion for Women’s Rights
  • Salary difference when she was a teacher
  • This foundation set the stage for her many accomplishments


  • Temperance movement- Women’s New York State Temperance (1852)
  • American Anti-Slavery Society. (1856)
  • American Rights Association. (1866)
  • The Revolution associated with Stanton. (1868)
“Men their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.”
  • National Woman Suffrage Association. (1869)
  • President of National American Woman Suffrage Association. (1892-1900)
  • Died (1906)
  • 19th amendment (1920) / “Susan B. Anthony Amendment”

"Failure is Impossible"

Ethical Approach

  • Served Others
  • Put others first
  • Role model
  • Integrity
  • Concern for others
  • Goal-oriented
  • Justice for all
  • Valued awareness

Biblical Integration

  • Acts 17:10-11
  • 1 Peter 3:14-16
  • Proverbs 31:8-9


"I have given my life and all I am to it, and now I want my last act to be to give it all I have, to the last cent."


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The Holy Bible(NIV)

The National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House. (2013). Susan B. Anthony House. Retrieved February 13, 2017, from

United States. National Park Service. (n.d.). Susan B. Anthony. Retrieved February 14, 2017, from

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