History's HEROES? Dated Feb 15, 1820 - Mar 13, 1906

Susan B. Anthony

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Sevi M


New York, New York
She fought and protested for women's rights there.


  • Brought awareness to the United States about equality.
  • Got the right for women to be allowed to vote.


  • Brave / Courageous
  • A good and strong leader
  • Single minded / Focused (has a purpose)
  • Inspiring / Charismatic
  • Determined
  • Ambitious
  • Just and fair minded

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Susan B. Anthony


"Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less." - Susan B. Anthony

The Woman who Kept Fighting for her Beliefs

Susan B. Anthony was a woman who believed that everyone deserved equal rights, men or women. She spoke publicly about her beliefs.

This hero was a woman who brought awareness for equality to the United States. Rain or shine, Anthony would go into the streets of New York City and protest. She made people realize that the world they lived in was cruel and unfair. She soon had many people on her side. She once voted for a president and sent the ballot to Washington D.C. She got fined, but soon she reached the ultimate boon of giving the right to women to be able to vote.

Life in Susan B. Anthony's world

Her life was hard and frustrating. It wasn't easy for her to express her beliefs because men wouldn't respect and understand the fact that everyone should have the same rights.

Was Susan B. Anthony a Hero?

  • She stood up for what she believed in.
  • She was determined, courageous, and bold.

Things you might not know about Susan B. Anthony

She collected anti-slavery petition posters.
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