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Susan Brownell Anthony

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  • But Davis's statements that the unmarried Susan Brownell Anthony was "often hostile to 'baby-making'" and that Elizabeth Cady Stanton was anguished over her daughter Harriot's "apparently unplanned and unwanted birth" might mislead the uninformed reader.

    Early Feminists for Life

  • Susan Brownell Anthony (1820–1906) Born in 1820, died in 1906; in early life a social reformer and advocate of the suffrage and other civil rights for women, with which she remained through life closely identified.

    On Woman's Right to the Suffrage

  • On Woman's Right to the Suffrage by Susan Brownell Anthony.

    On Woman's Right to the Suffrage

  • History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III by Susan Brownell Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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