Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers

Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers
Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers
Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers
Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers
Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers
Susan B. Anthony and Women's Rights Using First Day Covers
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In this lesson students will first analyze images on a first day cover (envelope with a commemorative stamp, appropriate postmark and artwork) to identify the life work of Susan B. Anthony and discover why the stamp was issued in 1936. Next students will read a 1902 letter written by Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton. By analyzing the letter, students will discover her "voice and vision" and then decide if that vision was accomplished. Susan B. Anthony spent almost her entire life working to gain the right to vote for women, but along the way laws were changed in other areas such as education, divorce, wages and working conditions.Can her motto "failure is impossible" still apply to today?
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3 pages
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45 minutes
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