Like many American suffragists, Susan Brownell Anthony — began her activism by working to abolish slavery. Raised in upstate New York in the Quaker tradition, she became passionate about social equality and started collecting anti-slavery petitions when she was just sixteen. Twenty-eight-year-old Susan B. In they organized the National Woman Suffrage Association and served as its president and vice-president.
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American Originals from the National Archives
Anthony, a leader in the women's suffrage movement, who was arrested for voting in in violation of laws permitting only men to vote. Anthony is best known for her role in the movement to secure voting rights for women, but she also was a strong anti-slavery and voting rights pioneer. Trump's pardon comes years after the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which ensured women the right to vote.
Four days before the election of , Susan B. Anthony marched into a makeshift voter registration office in Rochester, New York, and demanded to be added to the list of eligible voters. Jones in court testimony preserved by the National Archives. I told her that the constitution of the State of New York only gave the right of franchise to male citizens. She asked me if I was acquainted with the 14th [A]mendment to the Constitution of the U. I told her I was.
Susan B. Anthony devoted more than fifty years of her life to the cause of woman suffrage. After casting her ballot in the Presidential election in her hometown of Rochester, New York, she was arrested, indicted, tried, and convicted for voting illegally. The three young men who registered her as a voter on November 1, , and accepted her ballot at the polls on Election Day were interviewed at the hearing. Anthony on November 1, , when she entered a barbershop that had been set up as an office of voter registration and demanded that her name be added to the list of voters. She asked me upon what grounds. I told her that the constitution of the State of New York only gave the right of franchise to male citizens.