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  • February 15,1820: born in Adams, Massachusetts
  • 1837: began attending boarding school, educated in young life as a result of her father's Quaker heritage
  • 1848: following their past of working towards other reforms such as temperance and anti-slavery, Anthony's entire family signed the "Declaration of Sentiments" at the Seneca Falls Convention
  • 1869: founded the National Woman's Suffrage Association
  • 1868-1870: published "The Revolution", a weekly paper about women's suffrage
  • November 5, 1872: arrested and fined for her protesting actions
  • 1878- wrote the "Susan B. Anthony Amendment" which would later become the 19th amendment
  • 1888: Founded the International Council of Women
  • 1890-1900: founded and served as president for the National American Woman's Suffrage Association
  • 1881-1902: compiled and published "The History of Woman Suffrage (4 vols. 1881-1902) with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Matilda Joslyn Gage
  • 1904: founded the International Woman Suffrage Council
  • March 13, 1906: died in Rochester, New York
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