Who Was Susan B. Anthony by Pam Pollack, Meg Belviso, Who HQ, and Mike Lacey, Paperback

  • Author: Pam Pollack
  • Author: Meg Belviso
  • Illustrator: Mike Lacey

SKU: 3664398

Susan B. Anthony is known internationally for her campaign for women's rights, but there is a personal story behind her plight. When she worked as a school teacher in New York, she refused to settle for less pay than her male colleagues. This sparked her lifelong devotion to fight for women's equality.
She toured around both the United States and Europe, giving speeches and publishing articles as a profound advocate for women's rights. Discover more to the story behind the woman behind the movement.
Chapters include:
- Who Was Susan B. Anthony
- A Quaker Girl
- The Smartest Woman in Canajoharie
- New Friends
- I Will Stand by You
- Betrayal
- The Revolution
- Been and Gone and Done It
- New Frontiers
- Failure Is Impossible
- Timelines
- Bibliography

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