Today in History–March 8–the Library of Congress features Susan B. Anthony, who addressed Congress on the right of women to vote on this day in 1884. It was the sixteenth time woman suffrage supporters appeared before Congress but it would take decades more until women finally earned the constitutional right to vote. Learn more by visiting the Today in History section, then clicking the links below.
Susan B. Anthony Supports Women’s Suffrage Amendment from America’s Library
Susan B. Anthony Papers correspondence, diaries, a daybook, scrapbooks, speeches, miscellaneous items
Topics in Chronicling America – Susan B. Anthony timeline & select newspaper articles
More Susan B. Anthony historical newspaper coverage through 1906
Susan B. Anthony: Birthday Toast and Cartoon Roast? Picture This blog February 14, 2019