"Organize, agitate, educate"

- Susan B. Anthony

Plan your visit to the birth home of Susan B. Anthony, request a virtual tour, or schedule a group/school tour. 

As the first home of Susan B. Anthony, our mission is to educate on her upbringing, work, and the impact on America.

Dive into the world of Quaker life, abolition, temperance, Restellism, suffrage, and Susan B. Anthony's part in it all. 

Become a member. See how your contribution can make a  difference towards preserving this historic home.


Meet Some Of Our 2022 Summer Interns!

Each year, the Birthplace Museum finds esteemed individuals who are dedicated to continuing and expanding the programs of the Birthplace to get a behind-the-scenes feel for working at the museum. We are a family of creative minds, curators, and new professionals in different fields who are bound by a passion for the life and work of our feminist foremothers in the suffrage movement. 


We welcome our newest interns for the 2022 summer internship period, Meredith Kottom, Gina Kienle, and Olivia Brubaker.


Meredith Kottom

Economics & Policy Intern

Meredith Kottom is from Rochester, Minnesota. She is a rising junior studying Political Economy, an interdisciplinary major focused on economics, history, and politics at Hillsdale College in Michigan, and she would like to attend law school or graduate school in the future. She hopes to gain experience in historical research and curating at the museum, and focus on economics and policy at the time of the suffragist movement. 

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Gina Kienle

Business Marketing Intern

Gina Kienle is originally from Michigan, but grew up in South Korea, China, and Singapore. She then graduated high school in Germany and is currently getting her MBA at the University of Tampa. Kienle's bachelor of science was completed at the University of Tampa in International Business and Management. Kienle hopes to develop various technical marketing skills and learn to docent.


Olivia Brubaker

Archival Intern

Olivia Brubaker is from Charlottesville, Virginia. She is a rising junior at Christopher Newport University who is majoring in history with minors in literature, leadership, and women and gender studies. She hopes to gain exposure to the historical process and gain further insight
into the field of public history.


Watch Mill Girls Musings on YT Now!

To commemorate Susan B. Anthony's 202nd birthday, two young North Adams volunteers and sisters used their love of theatre to depict the lives of the mill girls that once resided in the Anthony Family Home when Daniel Anthony, Susan's Father, owned a textile mill in Adams, MA.  

We imagine these mill girls were headstrong like Susan, curious like Susan, and certainly hardworking like Susan. We applaud the wonderful work of the writers and stars, Faith and Hope Motta, and the many others who put this short film together for Susan's day.

If you enjoyed watching, please boost the esteem of the young girls and comment, like and follow the short film above!

Summer Hours Begin Memorial Day Weekend

Starting Memorial Day weekend, the Museum will transition into summer hours. The Museum will be open Thursday through Monday from 10:00 am- 4:00 pm.

It’s never been easier to experience the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum. Whether you want to reserve a personal, socially-distanced guided tour of the History Museum, or join a virtual exhibition to participate in online, we have something for everyone to enjoy.

Visit the Plan Your Trip page for more details!

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Susan B. Anthony's Newspaper

Featured on the kiosk in the Museum, read through the themes of the most famous suffrage newspaper of the era.

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