How did Susan b Anthony influence the us?
In 1872, Susan B. Anthony voted in the presidential election and was arrested and fined $100 for voting illegally as a woman. Her stand for women and creating the women's movement for equality helped to create the 19th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution giving women the right to vote.
In 1980, the US Mint at Philadelphia struck 27,610,000 Susan B. Anthony dollars. In 1980, the US Mint at Denver struck 41,628,708 Susan B. Anthony dollars. In 1980, the US Mint at San Francisco struck 20,422,000 Susan B. Anthony dollars. In 1980, The US Mint at San Francisco also struck 3,554,806 Susan B. Anthony Proof Dollars
Susan B. Anthony was home taught by her teacher. Susan b. Anthony also was home taught for High School by the same teacher from when was in Eementary.Susan B. Anthony was born February 15,1820 in Adams Massachusetts then Susan B. Anthony died March, 13 1906. Susan B. Anthony was the 7th child her mothe had and Susan B. Anthony was not maried and had no kids.
August 23, 2009 Its value lies in the worth of the silver it contains which is $170.28 today. Note that while private mints may have created some silver commemorative Susan B. Anthony coins, the US Mint NEVER produced ANY SILVER Susan B. Anthony coins. All US Susan B. Anthony dollar coins were copper-nickle clad.
Susan B Anthony is not on a US quarter. She is pictured on US dollar coins from 1979 until 1981. These coins are often mistaken for quarters because they are the same color and almost the same size as quarters. Susan B Anthony dollars are very common and are worth only face value unless they are uncirculated or proof.