The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony

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Anthony is born

02/15/1820 - 2/16/1820

Anthony Goes to School

1/1/1826 - 6/6/1826

Leaves school when teacher refuses to teach her long division

Anthony is home schooled

9/1/1826 - 12/31/1836

Anthony Sent to Moulson's Female Seminary

1/20/1837 - 5/31/1837

Anthony Teaches School

1/21/1846 - 8/31/1849

Anthony Attends First Women's Rights Meeting

12/1/1849 - 12/2/1849

Anthony Gives Speeches and is a Leader in the Women's Rights Movement

9/1/1852 - 9/1/1890

Anthony Fights for the Abolition of Slavery

6/15/1864 - 6/15/1865

Anthony Publishes "The Revolution"

1/1/1868 - 12/10/1870

Athony Attempts to Vote

11/5/1872 - 11/6/1872

Anthony Arrested for Trying to Vote

11/18/1872 - 11/19/1872

Anthony Helps to Unite Women with the AWSA and NAWSA Groups

10/1/1890 - 12/15/1890

Anthony Retires from Active Work

1/21/1900 - 1/22/1900

Anthony Dies

3/13/1906 - 3/14/1906

Nineteenth Amendment Passes & Gives Women Right to Vote

11/15/1920 - 11/30/1920