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1. Archive and Manuscript Collections
2. Books and Published Articles
3. Unpublished Manuscripts
4. Miscellaneous
5. Newspapers


Cornell University - Department of Manuscripts and Archives
Quarterly Conference Minutes of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Seneca FaIls, July 27, 1839.

Library of Congress - Manuscript Division
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers.

National Archives
1850 United States Census Records.

Seneca County Courthouse
Registry of Deeds, Book 52.
File #592, Hunt Inventory - 1856.
(NOTE: These are two separate items.)

Seneca Falls Historical Society Archive Collections
1. Amelia Bloomer Collection
2. Bayard Family Collection
3. Church Records
4. Elizabeth Cady Stanton Collection
5. Government Administrative Records
6. Map Collection
7. Photographic Collection
8. Seneca County History Collection

Seneca Falls Historical Society Papers
1. Bailey, Price W., "The Personal Narrative of Price W. Bailey," 1948, Centennial Volume.
2. Chamberlain, H., "Water Transportation and Packet Lines," 1907.
3. Cowing, Mrs. Philo and Frazier, Rev. S.F., "Early Churches of Junius," 1903.
4. Henion, Anna, "Early Schools of Seneca Falls," 1903.
5. Lester, Caroline E, "Mrs. Bloomer and Mrs. Stanton in Seneca Falls," 1948, Centennial Volume.
6. Sanderson, James S., "Some Early Recollections of Seneca Falls," 1911-12.
7. Teller, Fred, "Union Hall, Daniels Hall, Daniels Opera House & Other Amusement Halls of Seneca FaIls," 1905.

Waterloo Library and Historical Society
Historical Scrapbook #2, 1875-19.

Women's Rights National Historical Park
Collection of Elizabeth Cady Stanton Letters, 1846-1862.


Altschuler, Glenn C. and Saltzgaber, Jan M., Revivalism, Social Conscience, and Community in the Burned-Over District - The Trial of Rhoda Bement (Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1983).

Bacon, Margaret Hope, Valiant Friend - The Life of Lucretia Mott (New York, Walker & Co., 1980).

Banner, Lois, Elizabeth Cady Stanton: A Radical for Woman's Rights (Boston, Little, Brown & Co., 1980).

Becker, John, A History of the Village of Waterloo (Waterloo, Waterloo Historical Society, 1949).

Bloomer, Dexter, The Life and Writings of Amelia Bloomer (Boston, Arena, 1895).

Bradley, A. Day, "Progressive Friends In Michigan and New York," Quaker History 52 (Autumn, 1963), pp. 95-103.

Bull, Mary S., edited by Robert E. Riegel, "Woman's Rights and Other "Reforms" in Seneca Falls:" A Contemporary View," New York History, Vol. XLV, #1 (Cooperstown, New York, 1965), pp. 41-59.

Cross, Whitney R., The Burned-Over District: The Social and Intellectual History of Enthusiastic Religion in Western New York, 1800-1850 (Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1950).

Curtis, Mary, "Amelia Bloomer's Curious Costume" American History Illustrated (June 1978).

Delevan, Elizabeth, Upstate Family (New York, Vantage Press, 1972).

Disturnell, John, A Gazatteer of the State of New York (Albany, C. Van Benthuysen & Co., 1843).

Dorr, Rheta Childe, Susan B. Anthony (New York, Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1928).

Flexnor, Eleanor, Century of Struggle (Cambridge, Harvard Press, 1959).

"Grip's" Historical Souvenir of Waterloo (New York, 1903).

Gurko, Miriam, The Ladies of Seneca Falls: The Birth of the Woman's Rights Movement (New York, Schoken Books, 1974).

History of Seneca County, New York (Philadelphia, Everts, Ensign & Everts, 1876).

James, Edward T.; James, Janet Wilson; and Boyer, Paul S., eds. Notable American Women, 3 vols. (Cambridge, Belknap Press, 1971).
Lerner, Gerda, The Grimke-Sisters From South Carolina - Rebels Against Slavery (Boston, Houghton Rufflin Co., 1967).

McClintock, Thomas, "Basis of Religious Association," (New York, 1848).

Manual of the Churches of Seneca County With Sketches of Their Pastors 1895-1896 (Seneca Falls, Courier Printing Co., 1896).

O'Callaghan, E.B., Documentary History of the State of New York, Vol. II, (Albany, 1850).

One Hundred Years of Service for Christ in the Wesleyan Methodist Church - 1844-1944 (Utica, New York, 1944 [?]).

Spafford, Horatio, A Gazetteer of the State of New York (Albany, B.D. Packard, 1824).

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Eighty Years and More (New York, Schoken Books, 1971).

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady; Anthony, Susan B.; and Gage, Matilda Joslyn, eds., History of Woman Suffrage, Vol. I (New York, Fowler & Wells, 1881).

Stanton, Theodore and Blatch, Harriot S., Elizabeth Cady Stanton as Revealed in Her Letters, Diaries and Reminiscences, 2 vols. (New York, Harpers & Bros., 1922).

Stowell, Henry, A History of Seneca Falls, New York 1779-1862 (Seneca Falls Historical Society, reprint, 1975).

Welch, Edgar L., "Grip's" Historical Souvenir of Seneca Falls, New York (Syracuse, 1904).


Becker, John, "Some Waterloo Citizens of Yesterday" (Waterloo Historical Society, 1950). Entry under "Richard P. Hunt."

Eisenhart, Edward Charles, "A Century of Seneca Falls History—Showing the Rise and Progress of a New York State Village" (paper prepared for a B.A. degree at Princeton, Seneca Falls Historical Society, 1942).

Guntzel, Corinne, "Domesticity and Equality: Elizabeth Cady Stanton on Home Life" (paper prepared for Seneca Falls Women's History Conference, 1982).

Guntzel, Corinne, "History of the Stanton House" (NPS, 1982).

Paul, Warren N., "The Lily-An Interpretation" (Seneca Falls Historical Society - Amelia Bloomer Papers).

Pearson, Barbara E., "Architectural Survey, Women's Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, New York" (NPS, 1984).

Pearson, Barbara, "The Stanton House: Preliminary Historic Structure Report" (NPS, 1982).

Temechko, Maria "Bloomer's Lily" (Seneca Falls Historical Society - Amelia Bloomer Papers).

Wellman, Judith, "Elizabeth Cady Stanton's House: Some Thoughts" (NPS, 1982).

Wellman, Judith, "The Signers of Seneca Falls: Who Were They?" (paper prepared for Social Science History Association, 1978).

Wellman, Judith, "Women's Rights, Free Soil, and Quakerism: The Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention" (Paper delivered at SHEAR Conference, 1981).


As We Were - Vol. I. A Random Collection of Nineteenth Century Photographs of Seneca Falls, New York (Seneca Falls Historical Society, 1977).

Friends Biography - Burlington Monthly Meeting (Philadelphia Historical Society).

Friends Biography - Philadelphia Monthly Meeting (Hicksites), (Philadelphia Historical Society).

Historic Resources Survey - Village of Waterloo, Seneca County, New York, (Preservation Planning Workshop College of Architecture, Art & Planning, Cornell University, 1982).

Illustrated Plat-Book From the Cadastral Wall-Map-Town and Village of Seneca Falls. . .. (Philadelphia, J.H. French, 1856).

Illustrated Plat-Book From the Cadastral Map of the Town of Waterloo. . . (John French, 1855).

Lost and Found - Nineteenth Century Architecture in Seneca Falls (Seneca Falls Historical Society, 1981).

"Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of Friends of Human Progress held at Waterloo, N.Y. on the Third, Fourth, and Fifth, of the Sixth Month, 1855" (Syracuse, 1855).

"Proceedings of the Woman's Rights Convention, Held at the Unitarian Church, Rochester, New York, August 2, 1848" (New York, 1870).

"Report of the Woman's Rights Convention Held at Seneca Falls, N.Y., July 19th and 20th, 1848" (Rochester, 1848).

"The Seneca Falls of David Lum" (Seneca Falls Historical Society, reprint, 1970).


American Revielle
Free Soil Union
Geneva Daily Times
The Lily
Seneca County News
Seneca Falls Democrat
Seneca Falls Revielle
Seneca Farmer and Seneca Falls Advertiser
The Water Bucket

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