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6B---February 5, 2004 A Newqmper AoUvi Page for Young People 2004 by V'ki Whiting, Editor Susan B. Anthony Jeff Schinkel, Graphics Vol. 20 No. 6 DETERMINATION On tday s Kid ScP page, h = e I meet Susan B. Anthony, a woman o I many Americans think about fairness. usan B. Anthony's strong belief in equal rights for all American citizens started young. When her father found out that her teacher refused to teach Susan long division, he hired a teacher and started his own school. He believed girls should get the same education as boys. Years later Susan heard people talking about ending slavery. She agreed with this idea. Just like her father, she believed all people were equal. Help Susan and her co-workers find a place to stay. Susan worked for the American Anti-Slavery Society. She traveled throughout New York state giving talks about the issue of slavery. A black co-worker and his sister traveled with Susan. In some communities no hotel would let her black friends stay. But this didn't stop Susan. She would hunt until she found.private homes where they could all stay. CONFIDENCE Susan B. Anthonyspent her life speaking to people about equal rights. Sometimes people who opi)osed her ideas showed up with rotten eggs and even guns. But Susan never stopped speaking and writing about her beliefs. Missing Dates Draw a line from each box to the correct place on the time line. Use the stories on this page to help you. NI.,,VAOAN|Y Standards Link: History: Place key events and people within a spatial context; interpret time lines. I i .... .%:  ..... ::. :i: ': ,: I Passage of the 19th Amendment gives women the right to vote. ] arrested n for voting, COURAGE On Election Day, November 5, 1872, Susan B. Anthony walked into her polling place and voted. Two weeks later, a U.S. Marshall knocked on her door. "I have a warrant for your arrest," he told Susan. "You are charged with voting without the lawful right to vote." In 1872, by U.S. law, a person had to be 21 years or older to vote. Susan was born in 1820. Was she old enough to vote? OYes No Susan met two other requirements for the right to vote. She was, a U.S. citizen and she had never been convicted of a felony crime. Why was she arrested for voting? Use the code to find out! Sus B. Anthony ] dies at age 8 6 , Standards Link: History: Students understand the importance of individual action and how heroes from long ago have made a difference in others' lives. Susan Susan B. Anthony was a woman of detenation and confidence, Find examples of st== unit: Heath' A A A A A A A 4, A A A A A 1810 1820 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 n 1920, exactly 100 years after Susan was born, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed, giving women the right to vote. While Susan did not live to see women get the right to vote, in 1979 sh became the first woman to appear on U.S. money. Standards Link: Investigation: Find similarities and differences in common objects. Look closely to find the coin that is different. ANTHONY VOTES WOMEN EQUAL STAY PEOPLE IDEAS ARREST LAW CHARACTER RIGHTS AGE BORN NEVER DAY Find the words in the puzzle, then in this week's Kid Scoop stories and activities. R B T O P E O P L E E UYAT S A E D I T X U NWB G D T N C S E T OV E A S R A T QVMHA Y E O R A U O E W T I R B A M A T N O J N R W H W L R E V E N A O C R I G H T S L C M Standards Unk: Letter sequencing. Recognized identical words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns. Famous Fun Find a picture of someone famous in today's newspaper. Write a sentence telling why this person is famous. Write three reasons why you would, and three reasons why you would not, want to be this person. Standards Link: Writing Applications: Write compositions that provide details, reasons and examples. The Cuba Free Press Weekly Writing Amazing :n I think an amazing woman is Earhart. She was really brave to fly airplane solo overseas when the3 and unsafe. It was amazing that she plished her goals. She was very and hard working. 6th Shannon Miller is a pro-gymnast who won gold medals five times in a row. to look up to a woman, she would be woman that I would look up to. 6th If I were to choose an amazing woman, would probably choose Rosa Parks. risked her life just to sit at and showed leadership for the blacks. was an amazing person. 6th Jane Goodall is an amazing woman. I mire her because she studies in the wild. She respects nature The chimpanzees became friends when they got used to her being would like to live and study in the like she did. 5th I think my sister is amazing because saved my cat from our tree. My sister even put the star on the Christmas That's my sis! 3rd I am going to write about my because she is like a ticking clock she never stops. She is almost eighty she still rides horses, works in the and drives me everywhere. She is truly! amazing woman. 8th An amazing woman to me is Mia She is a pro-soccer player on the Women's Soccer Team. is my role model. Mia plays forward scores lots of goals. 4th : Help sponsor : Newspapers in E, 1 I Encourage your [ to readt Send your check along with this box I ' Cuba Free I I I PO Box 568, Cuba, MO I I The Cuba Free Press sends over 1500 I papers to local schools EACH week/ When I am crabby I... Finish this story. Deadline: March 4, 2004 Published: April 1, 2004 Send your story to: Please include your school and grade. Cuba Free P.O. Box Cuba MO