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Susan B. Anthony
By: Jermichael C.
Massachusetts, Grade 4



Susan B. Anthony was an astounding woman. She published a magazine for women suffragettes. She didn't pay her fine when she voted for president. Susan assembled a women sufferage club and was president of her club for more than 10 years. She spoke out for divorce shen she said when parents got divorced she wanted the children to go with the mother and not the father because of his drunkeness. She always traveled around the United States speaking out for women's rights Susan died in her hometown of Rochester. 13 Years after she died the amendment was changed and Women had the right to vote. Susan had gotten her own silver coin for what she did. She will always be remembered throughout time.



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