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Susan B. Anthony timeline.
The life of Susan B. Anthony and her fight for women rights.
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Could read and write when she was 3.
When she was six she moved to Baitanville, New York.
Susan’s father took her and her sister out of school and her family called bankruptcy.
Her family moved to Rochester, N. Y. because of bankruptcy.
Became a teacher at Canajoharie Academy.
Travels to Syracuse, New York and went to the Anti-slavery convention.
Attended her first women’s rights convention.
Becomes an agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Goes to a New York State Teachers’ event in Binghamton where she called for education for black women.
Manges an Anti-Slavery campaign from Buffalo to Albany.
coworked on“Appeal to the women of Republic”.
Calls the first women Suffrage convention in Washington DC.
got arrested for voting.
was found guilty for trying to vote.
Had married women sigh up to fight for the right to own property.
Gathered and made a group women that work.
She her friends published four books on women’s suffrage.
Published articles on women’s rights.
Paid money to the university of Rochester so that women could go there.
Speaks to the New York State Nurses convention and helps pass the nurse practice act.
Met president Theodore Roosevelt about women’s suffrage.
19th Amendment passed.
Was born Adams, Massachusetts the daughter of Daniel Anthony and LuckReed.
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