Susan B. Anthony has gone through many rough times and had to go through many obstacles. She has had many ideas to try and get women equal rights. Susan, I believe, is an amazing person to accomplish what she did. This is the reason she should be in the History Hall of Fame.
Susan B. Anthony was born on February 15, 1820 (Bio.com). She studied at a Quaker school near Philadelphia and found work as a teacher (Bio.com). The article “Susan B. Anthony” states that Susan was paid less than men. Susan and her family became involved in the fight to end slavery (Bio.com). The article “Susan Brownell Anthony” states that she devoted more of her time to social issues. Sochen states that Susan B. Anthony became close friends with Elizabeth Stanton and co-workers (544). She served as the National American Women Suffrage Association president from 1892-1900, says Sochen (544). She died on March 13, 1906, fourteen years before the 19th Amendment became a law, Sochen states (545).
Susan B. Anthony spent years promoting the society’s cause up until the Civil War, after she began to focus more in women’s rights after the Civil War (Bio.com). Meeting Elizabeth Stanton made Susan interested in womens rights, states the National Parks Service. She was inspired to fight for women’s rights (Bio.com). She wanted to challenge suffrage and focused her efforts on federal woman’s suffrage amendments says the National Parks Service. Susan worked in support of equal education opportunities and property rights for women Sochen states. She fought many obstacles such as speaking at meetings, having people throw thing at her, going through hostile mobs, armed people threatened her (National Parks Service). Even after all of that she never gave up her fight and worked hard to get women to be able to vote (Bio.com). One way of doing that she voted and she got arrested for doing that states the National Parks Service. The National Parks Service also says that she got a fine of 100 dollars and refused to pay it. She never went to jail and got a chance of appeal (National Parks Service).
Susan B. Anthony supported abolitionism before and during the American Civil...