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Upcoming & Recent Events

As an historical institution, the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum centers its exhibits, educational materials, lectures, and programs primarily on historical figures, events, and daily life during the years 1820-1920, from Susan B. Anthony's birth to the passage of the 19th Amendment which bears her name. Those subjects which provide context for the social and political climates within the years 1820-1920 will be considered for exhibits, educational materials, lectures, and programs through the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum.

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SBABM Board President, Carol Crossed

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Upcoming Vintage Tweets: Suffrage Era Postcards Presentations

Carol Crossed, President of the SBABM Board of Directors, published her collection of suffrage-era postcards in 2019. Crossed presents her collection to historical societies, educational organizations, and related organizations. Use the button to the left to see upcoming presentations and how you can join

02.13.2022

Susan B. Anthony's 202nd Birthday Celebration ft. Women's Rights Scholar:
Erika Bachiochi

Every year, the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace hosts a unique celebration for Susan's Birthday. This year, our keynote speaker was Erika Bachiochi, 2018-19 Harvard Visiting Professor and Senior Fellow at the Abigail Adams Institute. Also featured in this special event was a short production portraying the lives of the Anthony Family Mill girls. Check it out!

02.14.2022

Susan B. Anthony's 201nd  Birthday Celebration Broadcasted on NBCTC 1301

The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, and the Northern Berkshire Community Television hosted Susan B. Anthony’s 201st birthday covid-style with a virtual series of keynote performances including Suffrage Balladeer” Steve Adams presenting his original music, narrative, and historical montage, “A Fine Agitation: Susan B. Anthony Tribute Edition.”

8.26.2022

Cycling for Suffrage

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