SUSAN B. ANTHONY was one of the most famous women of America. She was born at South Adams, Massachusetts, February
15, 1820, the daughter of a Quaker. She received, a good education and became a school teacher, following that
profession for fifteen years in New York. Beginning with about 1852 she became the active leader of the woman's
rights movement and won a wide reputation for her zeal and ability. She also distinguished herself for her zeal
and eloquence in the temperance. and anti slavery causes, and became a conspicuous figure during the war. After
the close of the war she gave most of her labors to the cause of woman's suffrage.
A Biographical Record
Of Schuyler County, New York
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company
New York and Chicago 1903.
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