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Susan b. Anthony lived at a time when woman were not allowed to vote.She was born in 1820 in adams Massachusetts she even lived at a time when slavery was invented.
She was famous because she met fredrick douglass she fought slavery and she wrote a news paper
In march 1851, something happened that changed anthony’s life.Her friend Amelia Bloomer introduced her to Elizabeth cady stanton.
Susan b.Anthony wanted to vote and she did then she had to goten arested for that then someone said that she had to pay a fine of 100 dollors but she never paid it.
She had her face on a silver coin.
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