Susan B. Anthony.
On February 15, 1820, Susan Brownwell Anthony was born into a Quaker family in Adams, Massachusetts. Susan B. Anthony, later on in the years to come, became an abolitionist and a women's rights leader. She influenced the reconstruction period and the Civil War by publishing a newspaper, speaking out about what she believed in and by working on the Underground Railroad.
Susan B. Anthony did many first in her time that were very new to her and to the nation. In 1837 Susan attended her first female friends seminar. Her first involvment was in a temperance movement. This movement was one of t…
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