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S: The women of the world

BC: My book about Susan B. Anthony, Sacagawea, and Deborah Sampsan

FC: My book of women by. Deanna Higby

1: Created By: Deanna Higby Rscs 7th grade Social Studies

2: Susan B. Anthony She spent the second half of the 19th centrury speaking, organizing, and writing to win fair treatment and suffrage for women. Susan B. decame the first women to have her face on U.S. money a silver dollar, issued in 1979. | 666666yy

4: She spent the entire second half of the 19th century speaking, organizing, and writing to win fair treatment and suffrage for women. Miss Anthony was cruelly criticized, made fun of, and once arrested, when she voted in the election of 1872. Susan B. became the first women to have her face on U.S. money a silver dollar, issued in 1979. EDUCATION: Although most girls did not receive a formal education in the early 1800's, Susan B. Anthony's father, Daniel, as a 6th generation Quaker, believed in equal treatment for boys and girls. Consequently, Susan and her three sisters had the same opportunity for advanced education as her two brothers.

7: Sacagawea Sacagawea, the daughter of a shoshone chief, was born around 1788 in Lemhi County, Idaho. At around age 12, she was captured by an enemy tribe and sold to a french - Canadian trapper who made her his wife. After leaving the expedition, she died at Fort Manuel in 1812.

8: This resolute and resourceful Shoshone woman was a guide and interpreter for the famous in 1805 and 1806.Sacagawea, the daughter of a Shoshone chief, was born around 1788 in Lemhi County, Idaho. At around age 12, she was captured by an enemy tribe and sold to a French-Canadian trapper who made her his wife. In November 1804, she was invited to join the Lewis and Clark expedition as a Shoshone interpreter. After leaving the expedition, she died at Fort Manuel in 1812. Sacagawea was an Indian girl. She belonged to the Shoshones Indians. Her name means, "Bird woman." married to him.

10: Deborah Sampson She brought settlers seeking religious freedom to gravesend at new amsterdam later new york. She was born in Plympton, Massachusetts, on December 17, 1260 as the oldest of three daughters and three sons of jonathan and Deborah Sampson.

12: She brought settlers seeking religious freedom to gravesend at new amsterdam later new york. son was the first known American woman to impersonate a man in order to join the army and take part in combat. She was born in Plympton, Massachusetts, on December 17, 1760 as the oldest of three daughters and three sons of Jonathan and Deborah Sampson. Her family descended from one of the original colonists, Priscilla Mullins Alden, who was later immortalized in Longfellow's poem, "The Courtship of Miles Standish."

14: FAMILY BACKGROUND: The Anthony family was very active in the reform movements of the day. They worked for temperance (the prohibition of alcohol), the anti-slavery movement plus both of Susan B. Anthony's parents (Daniel and Lucy) and her sister Mary signed the "Declaration of Sentiments" at the Second Women's Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848.

15: DESCRIPTION OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Susan B. Anthony dedicated her life to "the cause," the woman suffrage movement. The accomplishments of Susan B. Anthony paved the way for the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920 (14 years after her death) which gave women the right to vote. Her accomplishments include the following:

16: Founded the National Woman's Suffrage Association in 1869 with life-long friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Together they worked for women's suffrage for over 50 years. Published "The Revolution" from 1868-1870, a weekly paper about the woman suffrage movement whose motto read, "Men their rights and nothing more, women their rights and nothing less.

17: Founded the National Woman's Suffrage Association in 1869 with life-long friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Together they worked for women's suffrage for over 50 years. Published "The Revolution" from 1868-1870, a weekly paper about the woman suffrage movement whose motto read, "Men their rights and nothing more, women their rights and nothing less.

18: Sacagawea and her husband lived among the Hidatsa and Mandan Indians in the upper Missouri River area (present-day North Dakota). In November 1804, an expedition led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark entered the area. Often called the Corps of Discovery, the expedition planned to explore newly acquired western lands and find a route to the Pacific Ocean. The group built Fort Mandan, and elected to stay there for the winter. Lewis and Clark met Charbonneau and quickly hired him to serve as interpreter on their expedition. Even though she was pregnant with her first child,

19: Sacagawea was chosen to accompany them on their mission. Lewis and Clark believed that her knowledge of the Shoshone language would help them later in their journey.

20: In 1782 she enlisted as Robert Shurtlieff and became a part of the Light Infantry Company of the Fourth Massachusetts Regiment. She was tall, and strong as the rest of the men, and no one could make out her disguise. She fought in several encounters while in the army. In July 1782, she was hit by a musket ball in her thigh and got cut in her forehead. She left the hospital after her head wound was treated so that her secret would not be revealed. She then removed the musket ball with a penknife and sewed the wound herself. Her leg never healed fully but her secret was safe.

21: In 1783 she served as a waiter for General John Patterson. During the same year, she came down with a fever and was taken care of by a doctor called Barnabas Binney. He discovered her secret, but did not reveal it. He took her to his home where his wife and daughters took care of Deborah.

22: In September 1783, the Treaty of Paris was signed and Dr. Binney sent Deborah to George Washington with a note. Her secret was finally out but George Washington never said anything. She received an honorable discharge and was sent back home with money to cover her travel fare.In 1784, Deborah married Benjamin Gannett. She was 24 years old. They had 3 children, Earl, Mary and Patience.

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