Susan We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Susan.
A Song for Susan - a song by Phil Kennelty
Black-Eyed Susan - a song by Morrissey
Lazy Susan - a song by Laura Nyro
Lazy Susan - a song by The Bobs
My Name Is Not Susan - a song by Whitney Houston
Oh No Not Susan - a song by Electric Light Orchestra
S Is For Susan - a song by Park
Song for Susan - a song by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Susan - a song by Aimee Mann
Susan - a song by The Buckinghams
Susan Van Heusen - a song by Gilbert O'Sullivan
Susan When She Tried - a song by Elvis Presley
Susan's Song - a song by Al Jarreau
Switchboard Susan - a song by Nick Lowe
To Susan on the West Coast Waiting - a song by Donovan
Susan B. Anthony: Fighter for Women's Rights (Deborah Hopkinson) - Unlike most girls of her time, Susan B. Anthony received an education. And besides reading and writing, her schooling taught her that women should have the same rights as men, above all the right to vote. So from the time she was a young woman until the day she died, Susan worked very hard to change America and make her dream reality. Recommended for ages 6-9.
Susan Laughs (Jeanne Willis) - Susan laughs, she sings. she rides, she swings. She gets angry, she gets sad, she is good, she is bad...Told in rhyme, this story follows Susan through a series of familiar activities. She swims with her father, works hard in school, plays with her friends -- and even rides a horse. Lively, thoughtfully drawn illustrations reveal a portrait of a busy, happy little girl with whom younger readers will identify. Not until the end of the story is it revealed that Susan uses a wheelchair. Told with insight, and without sentimentality, here is an inspiring look at one spunky little girl whose physical disability is never seen as a handicap. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Famous People Named Susan - Susan B. Anthony (American suffragist); Susan Sarandon (actress); Susan Boyle (Scottish singer); Susan G. Komen (breast cancer victim and namesake of foundation); Susan Sontag (author); Susan Lucci (daytime actress); Susan Dey (actress); Susan Ward (actress)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Susan - Burt Lancaster (actor); Fred MacMurray (actor); Gerald R. Ford (U.S. President); Jessica Tandy (actress); Martin Landau (actor); Maury Povich (TV personality); Melvin Belli (attorney); Paul Newman (actor); Ray Bradbury (sci-fi novelist); Roy Disney (co-founder of Disney Co.)
Susan B. Anthony (15 Feb 1820 - 13 Mar 1906) - Susan B. Anthony is most known for her leadership role in the American woman’s suffrage movement of the 19th century. She was born in Massachusetts to a politically active and anti-slavery family in the early part of the 1800s, so Susan was automatically sensitive to inequalities of any kind. As a young woman, she was active in the Temperance (anti-alcohol) movement, but was chided by her male counterparts who didn’t believe women had a place in politics. The experience inspired her to dedicate her life toward woman suffrage with her fellow activist friend Elizabeth Stanton. Together they founded the National Woman Suffrage Association and wrote a weekly newsletter fittingly called Revolution. Susan was tireless in her speech-giving across the nation and she famously (but illegally) voted in the 1872 presidential election. She was arrested and fined for her impropriety. Imagine that! Unbelievably, Susan B. Anthony never lived long enough to see the right to vote be granted to American woman – yet female voters today have her to thank. The 19th amendment was finally passed in 1920. Women haven’t even been voting for 100 years yet. As Susan herself said: “Oh, if I could but live another century and see the fruition of all the work for women! There is so much yet to be done.” Indeed Susan. Indeed.