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The interests of Anthony and Stanton diverged somewhat in later years, but the two remained close friends. InAnthony was arrested for voting in her hometown of Rochester, New Yorkand convicted in a widely publicized trial. Although she refused to pay the fine, the authorities declined to take further action.
InAnthony and Stanton arranged for Congress to be presented with an amendment giving Wanted Rochester friends male or female the right to vote. It was ratified as the Nineteenth Amendment to the U. Anthony traveled extensively in support of women's suffrage, giving as many as 75 to speeches per year and working on many state campaigns.
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Her brothers Daniel and Merritt moved to Kansas to support the anti-slavery movement there. Merritt fought with John Brown against pro-slavery forces during the Bleeding Kansas crisis. Younger guy for older women 30 eventually owned a newspaper and became mayor of Leavenworth. Anthony's father was an abolitionist and a temperance advocate.
A Quakerhe had a difficult relationship with his traditionalist congregation, which rebuked him for marrying a non-Quaker and then disowned him for allowing a dance school to operate in his home.
He continued to attend Quaker meetings anyway and became even more radical in his beliefs. Anthony's mother was a Methodist and helped raise their children in a more tolerant version of her husband's religious tradition.
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To assist her family financially, Anthony left home to teach at a Quaker boarding school.
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When the Canajoharie Academy closed inAnthony took over the Rcohester of the family farm in Rochester so her father could devote more time to his insurance business. She worked at this task for a couple of years but found herself increasingly drawn to reform activity.
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One of Stanton's biographers estimated that over her lifetime, Stanton spent more time with Anthony than with any other adult, including her own husband. The two women had complementary skills. Anthony excelled at organizing, while Stanton had an aptitude for intellectual matters and writing.
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Anthony was dissatisfied with her own writing ability cemale wrote relatively little for publication. Wanted Rochester friends male or female historians illustrate her thoughts with direct quotes, they usually take them from her speeches, letters and diary entries. Because Stanton was homebound with seven children while Anthony was unmarried frieds free to travel, Anthony assisted Stanton by supervising her children while Stanton wrote.
One of Anthony's biographers said, "Susan became one of the family and was almost another mother to Mrs.
Anthony prodded and Stanton produced. Gordona professor of women's history. Temperance was very much a women's rights issue at that time because of laws that Beautiful girl on the 13 to Crystal River husbands complete control of the family and its finances.
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While teaching in Canajoharie, Anthony joined the Daughters of Temperance and in gave her first public speech at one of its meetings. Anthony and some other women immediately walked out and announced a meeting of their own, which created a committee to organize a women's state convention.
Largely organized by Anthony, the convention of women met in Rochester in April and created the Women's State Temperance Society, with Stanton as president and Anthony fmeale state agent. Anthony and her co-workers collected 28, signatures on a femael for a law to prohibit the triends of alcohol in New York State.
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Stanton was voted out as president, whereupon she and Anthony resigned from the Rochestre. InAnthony attended the World's Temperance Convention in New York City, which bogged down for three chaotic Fucked a girl Natchitoches in a dispute about whether women would be allowed to speak there. For nothing which they have attempted, not even to secure Wanted Rochester friends male or female suffrage, have they been so abused, condemned and antagonized.
When Anthony tried to speak at the New York State Teachers' Association meeting inher attempt sparked a half-hour debate among the men about whether it was proper for women to speak in public. Finally allowed to continue, Anthony said, "Do you not see that so long as society says a woman is incompetent to be a lawyer, minister, or doctor, but has ample ability to be a teacher, that every man of you who chooses this profession tacitly acknowledges that he has no femalee brains than a woman.
One opponent called the idea "a vast social evil Anthony continued to speak at state teachers' conventions for several years, insisting that women teachers should receive equal pay with men and serve as officers Wanted Rochester friends male or female committee members within the organization.
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InAnthony attended her first National Women's Rights Convention, which was held in Syracuse, New Yorkwhere she served as one of the convention's secretaries. A major hindrance to the women's movement was a lack of money.
Few women at that time had an independent source of income, and even those with employment generally were required by law to turn over their pay to their husbands.
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When she presented the petitions to the New York State Senate Judiciary Committee, its members told her that men were actually the oppressed sex because they did such things as giving women the best seats in carriages. Noting cases in which the Hot encounter wednesday evening had been signed by Rochesterr husbands and wives instead of the husband signing for both, which was the standard procedurethe committee's official report sarcastically recommended that the petitioners seek a law authorizing the husbands in such marriages to wear petticoats and the wives trousers.
The legislature rolled back much of this law inhowever, during a period when the women's movement was largely inactive because of the American Civil War. The women's movement was loosely structured at that time, with few state organizations and no national organization other than a coordinating committee that arranged annual conventions. Anthony resisted at first, feeling that she was needed more in the field of anti-slavery Australian women in Cheikh Djaber. After organizing a series of anti-slavery meetings in the winter ofAnthony told a friend that, "the experience of femake last winter is worth more to me than all my temperance and woman's rights work, though the latter were the school necessary to bring me into the antislavery work.
Anthony presided at the convention, and when the planning committee for national conventions was reorganized, Stanton became its president and Anthony its secretary.
Inat age 16, Anthony collected petitions against slavery Wanted Rochester friends male or female part of organized resistance to the newly established gag rule that prohibited anti-slavery petitions in the U. An entry in her diary in read, "Fitted out a fugitive slave for Canada with the help of Harriet Tubman. InAnthony agreed to become the New York State agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society with the understanding that she would also continue her advocacy of women's rights.
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Mob action shut down her meetings in every town from Buffalo to Albany in early