Definition of Susan Brownell Anthony
1. Noun. United States suffragist (1820-1906).
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1. The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony: Including Public Addresses, Her Own by Ida Husted Harper (1908)
"The Post-Express said in the afternoon of that day: The same quiet peace and restfulness which permeated the life into which Susan Brownell Anthony came as ..."
2. Heroes of Progress in America by Charles Morris (1919)
"... OLD GUARD OF WOMAN SUFFRAGE THE cause of the political rights of women has had no more strenuous and unyielding advocate than Susan Brownell Anthony, ..."
3. Little Visits With Great Americans by Orison Swett Marden (1904)
"Susan Brownell Anthony. Susan Brownell Anthony was born at Adams, Massachusetts, February 15, 1820. Her father, a Quaker, was a cotton manufacturer and gave ..."
4. The Woman Movement in America: A Short Account of the Struggle for Equal Rights by Belle Squire (1911)
"... in view of what was happening, for the women had contended for years that their iLife of Susan Brownell Anthony. Husted-Har- per. Vol. I, p. ..."
5. A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Arthur Stedman (1894)
"Hopefully Waiting 525 Susan Brownell Anthony. The Negro but not Woman 526 ALICE GARY. The Gray Swan 528 Easter Bridal Song 529 At Uncle Christopher's 530 ..."
6. The Woman Movement in America: A Short Account of the Struggle for Equal Rights by Belle Squire (1911)
"She advocated radical reforms in the civil service, in labor laws, in the prin- iLife of Susan Brownell Anthony. Husted-Har- per. Vol. I, p. ..."