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Susan B. Anthony did not write the 19th Amendment here, but the National Woman's Party was headquartered here from 1929 on.
In August 1814, when British troops invaded Washington, this was the only residence in the city to offer armed resistance. In retaliation, the British army set the house on fire.
Built in 1800, incorporating a 2-story 1750 house. It was burned in 1814 and rebuilt in 1820.
This is where Susan B. Anthony wrote the 19th Amendment! There are also collections of political drawings by prominent cartoonists including Nina Allender. -- Green Guide Editor
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