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Why couldn"t Susan B. Anthony vote?

and other questions about ... women"s suffrage

by Mary Kay Carson

  • 144 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • JUVENILE NONFICTION / Girls & Women,
  • JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / United States,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Children"s questions and answers,
  • Suffrage,
  • Suffragists,
  • Women"s rights,
  • History,
  • Questions and answers,
  • Question and answers,
  • Women

  • About the Edition

    From the first women"s rights convention at Seneca Falls, New York, to the enactment of the 19th Amendment, this lively chronicle introduces Anthony and the American suffragist movement.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesWomen"s suffrage
    Statementby Mary Kay Carson ; [art by Robert Hunt]
    SeriesGood question!, Good question
    ContributionsHunt, Robert, 1952- illustrator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJF851 .C18 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 pages :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26475130M
    ISBN 101454912413, 1454912421
    ISBN 109781454912415, 9781454912422
    LC Control Number2015452324
    OCLC/WorldCa899216680

    My book club picked The Making of America: Susan B. Anthony without realizing it was a young adult book, but I couldn't be happier that we read it. Everything I knew about Susan B. Anthony was based on very little information, and this was a great opportunity to hear her life's story and more fully appreciate why her name is so synonymous with the women's rights movement/5. susan b anthony a womens rights tireless organizer that helped the movements couldnt vote or hold office, husband owns her property, husband gets her wages, husband could hit her.

    Stanton met Susan B. Anthony, wrote articles on divorce, property rights, and temperence and adopted the Bloomer costume. By , she and Anthony were refining techniques for her to write speeches and Anthony to deliver them. In , she described legal restrictions facing women in a speech to the New York State Woman's Rights Convention in. In , the Alpha Suffrage Club was founded, with Ida B. Wells as one of the co-founders and leaders, this is believed to be the first African-American women's suffrage association in the United States. The group worked in publishing the Alpha Suffrage Record newspaper to canvas neighborhoods and voice political opinions.

    In , women leaders Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton formed the National Women's Suffrage Association. The main goal of this group was to get an amendment passed that would allow women to vote. They wanted the 15th amendment to include the right for women to vote as well as people of any race. Women's suffrage in the United States of America, the legal right of women to vote, was established over the course of more than half a century, first in various states and localities, sometimes on a limited basis, and then nationally in The demand for women's suffrage began to gather strength in the s, emerging from the broader movement for women's rights.


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Anthony vote?: and other questions about women's suffrage. [Mary Kay Carson; Robert Hunt] -- From the first women's rights convention at Seneca Falls, New York, to the enactment of the 19th Amendment, this lively chronicle introduces Anthony and the American suffragist movement.

Why Couldn't Susan B. Anthony Vote. by Mary Kay Carson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(14). Susan B. Anthony was an American writer, lecturer and abolitionist who was a leading figure in the women's voting rights movement.

Raised in a Quaker household, Anthony went on to work as a Born: Susan B. Anthony, American activist who was a pioneer crusader for the women’s suffrage movement in the U.S.

and was president (–) of the National Woman Suffrage Association. Her work helped pave the way for the Nineteenth Amendment () to the Constitution, giving women the right to vote. More than any other woman of her generation, Susan B.

Anthony saw that all of the legal disabilities faced by American women owed their existence to the simple fact that women lacked the vote.

When Anthony, at attended her first woman's rights convention in Syracuse inshe declared "that the right which woman needed above every other, the one indeed. 2 Susan B. Anthony, "Is It a Crime for a Citizen of the United States to Vote?" (), quoted in Speeches that Changed the World (London: Quercus, ), 3 U.S.

Const. amend. XIV, available at the National Constitution Center website. 4 Susan B. Anthony, "Is It. Susan B.

Anthony was an early leader of the American women's suffrage (right to vote) movement and a pioneer in the struggle to gain equality for women. As an active abolitionist, or opponent of slavery, she campaigned for the freedom of slaves. Susan Brownwell Anthony was born on Februin Adams, Massachusetts.

Why couldn't women vote back then. Wiki User Woman couldnt vote in Athens because, only people with land can vote. Cause back then women couldn't vote only men could b. Why women couldn't vote in the olden days.

How was Susan B Anthony involved or afected by the if women couldnt vote,that would be cruel and petty and we will have to suffer like back in. Elizabeth Cady Stanton is known for helping to launch the American women's rights movement, but she sometimes also got in the way of that.

It was not until that the 19th amendment was ratified and women across the United States were granted the right to vote. The ultimate women's rights win came after a decades-long battle fought by suffragettes such as Susan B. Anthony, Lucretia Mott, and Elizabeth Cady : Best Life Editors.

The book indicated her awareness that being black and being female required a dual focus. A major development was the founding of the National Association of Colored Women (NACW) in The movement's first president, Mary Church Terrell, applied the motto "Lifting as We Climb" to describe the crusade of these clubs for racial uplift.

Black Women & The Suffrage Movement: “There is no slave, after all, like a wife Poor women, poor slaves All married women, all children and girls who live in their father’s house are slaves.” ~ Mary Boykin Chesnut, A Diary from Dixie, When Woodrow Wilson arrived in Washington, D.C.

on March 3,he expected to be met by crowds of. InStanton met temperance worker Susan B. Anthony, and shortly the two would be joined in the long struggle to secure the vote for women in the U.S. In Anthony encouraged working women from the printing and sewing trades in New York, who were excluded from men's trade unions, to form Working Women's Associations.

it was decided that women don't have a guaranteed right to vote and that states have the decision of who gets to vote.

this was important because it not only didn;t allow women, but also blacks US vs Susan B. Anthony. In Susan B. Anthony was even arrested for voting in the national election. Nevertheless, she would continue to struggle for women’s suffrage for the rest of her life.

One hundred years ago, the House of Representatives denied women the right to vote — for the last time. by Rebecca Ruiz. Imagine an American woman who had .Susan B. Anthony was an American feminist who played a major role in the women's suffrage movement. This biography of Susan B.

Anthony provides detailed information about her childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. Founder/Co-Founder: International Council of Women, National American Woman Suffrage Association, National Woman Suffrage.This decision was bitterly protested by the famous suffrage leaders Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B.

Anthony. While many white people in the South did not think the newly freed slaves should vote at all, national suffrage leaders resented .