Susan B Anthony

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In 1872, Susan B Anthony was convicted and fined for attempting to vote in her hometown of Rochester, New York.

Six years later, in 1878, Anthony and her colleague Elizabeth Cady Stanton had an amendment put before Congress giving women the right to vote.

It became the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920.

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