Rights National Historical Park
park commemorates the First Women's Rights Convention and the early
leaders of the women's rights movement in the United States. Historic
sites included in the park boundaries: 1840's Greek Revival home
of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, organizer and leader of the women's rights
movement, the Wesleyan Chapel, site of the First Women's Rights
Convention, Declaration Park with a 100 foot waterwall engraved
with the Declaration of Sentiments and the names of the signers
of Declaration, and the M'Clintock house, home of MaryAnn and Thomas
M'Clintock, site where the Declaration was drafted.
Park was authorized by Congress on December 8, 1980, and consists
of 2.99 arces owned by the National Park Service and 2.74 acres
of non-federal land in Seneca Falls and nearby Waterloo, NY.