Media Literacy On-line Tour. The house where Susan B. Anthony lived from 1866 until her death in 1906 is now a museum in Rochester, New York called the Susan B. Anthony House. It was in this house that Anthony was arrested for voting in the 1872 election, and it was where she did much of her organizing and writing during the most political period of her life. Visit the site and take the On-line Tour. By touring the house, you will learn many details about Susan B. Anthony’s life and the impact she had on American history. Make a list of the important historical events that are associated with the house.
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