77. What did Susan B. Anthony do?
- fought for women’s rights
- fought for civil rights
Susan B. Anthony was born in Massachusetts on February 15, 1820. She is known for campaigning for the right of women to vote. She spoke out publicly against slavery and for equal treatment of women in the workplace.In 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution gave women the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony died 14 years before the adoption of the 19th Amendment, but it was still widely known as the Susan B. Anthony Amendment.
In 1979, she became the first woman whose image appeared on a circulating U.S. coin. The coin is called the Susan B. Anthony dollar and is worth one dollar. (source: USCIS M-638)
- America's Story: Susan B. Anthony
- EL Civics: Susan B. Anthony
- Rutgers: Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
- The Susan B. Anthony House
- Wikipedia: Susan B. Anthony
- Wikipedia: The Susan B. Anthony Dollar
- Wikipedia: (International) Timeline of Women's Sufferage
- VOANews: Susan B. Anthony, 1820-1906: She Led the Fight to Gain Equal Rights for Women, Including the Right to Vote
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