Susan B. Anthony, the Invincible! Arrested, tried and convicted for voting in the 1872 presidential election, Miss Anthony became the symbol of the struggle for women's suffrage. Her self-deprecating humor and keen intellect allowed her to spar with legislators and newsmen as well as fellow abolitionists and suffragists. Witness her involvement in the Anti-Slavery Society, the Civil War, the 14th and 15th amendments, and hazardous trips to WY, CA, OR, and the White House. Caricatured, criticized, and threatened, Miss Anthony never wavered. She spent 50 years working for equal rights and continued to insist, "Failure is Impossible." Sally Matson portrays Anthony in this living history program.
This program is sponsored by the New Hampshire Humanities Council.