On July 6, 1905 — 118 years ago — the indomitable women’s rights activist Susan B. Anthony visited Portland, Oregon. During her stay, she attended the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, where she joined suffragists from across the country at the 37th National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention. She also spoke at the unveiling of a 34-foot all-copper statue of Sacagawea, saying: “We pay homage to thousands of uncrowned heroines.” The statue is now in Portland’s Washington Park.