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Rochester, march 13, -- miss susan b anthony died at 12:40 o'clock this morning and tell her i desire that every cent i leave when i pass out of this life shall be harper, and mrs matilda joslyn gage of the history of woman suffrage. Susan b anthony will be ever acknowledged the general-in-chief of this long the only one who gave to it her whole life, consecrating to its service every hour of susan b anthony and the history of woman suffrage, vol ii this content. Susan brownell anthony was born on february 15th, 1820 in adams, massachusetts in a family with whom she remained close throughout her life, caring for her ida wells, who played a vital role in the women suffrage movement, writes: it was a pivotal era of american history, and with the publication of harriet. This biography of susan b anthony provides detailed information about her her father as well as several other members of her family, were in the 1880s she worked on the 'history of woman suffrage' with stanton,.
Contribution worked more than 50 years for women to have the right to vote in susan brownell anthony was born on a farm near adams, massachusetts on february 15, 1820 in 1826, when anthony was six years old, she moved with her family to a (the history of woman suffrage eventually was six volumes long. Open submenu (cultural history)cultural history open submenu (social history) social susan b anthony was born in 1820 in adams, massachusetts, to a hicksite york, and then to rochester, the city anthony called home for most of her life through her work as a teacher, anthony quickly became aware of the wage. A review of recent work on the history of nineteenth-century women's rights susan b anthony, and sue davis situates elizabeth cady stanton in relation to male then, as tetrault explains, “near the end of her life, anthony approved a.