Anthony visited an anti-slavery conference in Syracuse, NY. There, she hears people like George Thompson and William Lloyd Garrison, and meets Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Anthony establishes the Women's New York State Temperance Society with Stanton. Anthony also attends her first women's rights convention.
She worked as an agent for the Anti-Slavery Society. She did this up until the start of the Civil War.
American Equal Rights Association
Anthony and Stanton established the American Equal Rights Association. This movement was in support of equal rights for everybody, no matter the race and/or gender.
Stanton and Anthony also created a journal called "The Revolution", which came out weekly and lobbied for women's rights. Anthony also forms the Working Women's Association for women who have a profession in either publishing or garment making.
Anthony and Stanton form the National Women's Suffrage Association. They also host the first Women Suffrage Convention in Washington D.C. .
Anthony is arrested for attempting to vote in the 1872 presidential election. She lost her fight against the charges and was fined $100. However, she still hasn't payed.
History of Woman Suffrage
Approx. 1880 - 1884
Published the first volume of "History of Woman Suffrage", which she co-edited with Elisabeth Cady Stanton, Ida Husted Harper, and Matilda Joslin Gage. There could be several more volumes after this one.
Writes and publishes "The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony", and "A Story of the Evolution of the Status of Women ". She also established a press bureau to give the local and national press articles on women's suffrage.