In 1920, the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was passed giving women the right to vote. Although Susan B. Anthony was not alive to see the passing of the amendment, her efforts were directly responsible for it. 

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Susan B. Anthony | Periscope
Susan B. Anthony | Periscope

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Susan B. Anthony was born in 1820 to a Quaker family in New England. Quakers practiced equality between men and women and did not believe in violence or slavery. Although Susan B. Anthony was not...
Petition for Women's Suffrage | Periscope
Petition for Women's Suffrage | Periscope

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Susan was inspired by Elizabeth's work, particularly in suffrage, and became dedicated to gaining equal rights for women. Equal rights meant the right to vote, equal pay, and equal treatment for women...