Born in Massachusetts in 1820, Susan B. Anthony was a prominent civil rights leader during the women's suffrage movement of the 1800s. She created a weekly paper called Revolution and co-founded the National Woman Suffrage Association,
Angry that her teaching pay was 1/5 a male's, she protested by quitting and joining the temperance movement. Then, at 32, Susan B. Anthony began to champion female suffrage. US women would not get to vote in a national election until 1920. But for her groundbreaking crusade Anthony was, in 1979, the first native-born woman to be commemorated on an American coin.
Women's History FREEBIE * Women's History Month - REVISED 2016! This FREEBIE contains a timeline activity for Helen Keller as well as a domino activity for great women in history. The complete unit contains: • Fact Cards for the Following Women: o Joan of Arc o Pocahontas o Catherine the Great o Sacagawea o Harriet Beecher Stowe o Susan B. Anthony o Florence Nightingale o Harriet Tubman o Clara Barton o Emily Dickinson o Annie Oakley o Marie Curie o Helen Keller o Eleanor Roosevelt o…
Susan B. Anthony Lapbook- 3rd Grade Historical FiguresUse this Lapbook to learn more about the life of Susan B. Anthony and the changes she helped make to America.Included:Character Trail File Folders (Cut and paste activity)Research/fact area (For students to record exactly what you want them to know about Susan B.