I would like to thank Judy Hart, Superintendent of Women's Rights National Historical Park, and Regina Moriarity for all their kind assistance and patience during my three weeks in Seneca Falls. Lisa Johnson and the entire staff at the Seneca Falls Historical Society also deserve special thanks for allowing me to make their library my second home. I am particularly grateful to Judy Wellman who gave so freely of her time and expertise, and allowed me to use in this report information from her own unpublished research. Linda Romola, too, made my task immeasurably easier by graciously donating long hours at the xerox machine and many miles behind the wheel of her car. Supervisory Historian Ronald W. Johnson gave valuable counsel throughout this project and Sharon A. Brown edited the text.
Last Updated: 10-Dec-2005