Susan B. Anthony

Picture of Susan B. Anthony's graveAlthough women's right to vote was not given until after her death, Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) played a large role in fighting for these rights throughout her life. She traveled to many places in the United States and Europe and gave speeches supporting women's sufferage and abolitionism. She lived in Rochester for 40 years of her life. The Susan B. Anthony house is open for visitors. In a small park across the street from her house, there is a statue of her and Frederick Douglas. Her gravesite is located in Mount Hope Cemetery.

Address: Susan B. Anthony House: 17 Madison Street, Rochester, NY

Address for gravesite: Mount Hope Cemetery: 1133 Mount Hope Ave. Rochester, NY Grave located in Section C

Susan B. Anthony House website

Wiki for Susan B. Anthony

"Oh, if I could but live another century and see the fruition of all the work for women! There is so much yet to be done."- Susan B. Anthony