Susan B. Anthony
America's Story Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony
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Susan B. Anthony Dares to Vote Arrested in 1872 for voting in the national election, Susan B. Anthony continued the struggle for women's suffrage for the rest of her life.
BrainPop: Susan B. Anthony Can you believe that women couldn’t vote until 1920? It’s true! TiIm and Moby talk about the struggle for suffrage and how events like the Seneca Falls Convention united women in their goal.
Fact Monster Susan B. Anthony is one of America's most famous activists for women's rights.
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Ducksters Kids learn about Susan B. Anthony's biography. Woman's rights activist for suffrage.
My Hero Susan B. Anthony led the early Women's Suffrage Movement.
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