Pathways to Equality: Traveling History Classroom
This Traveling History Classroom contains a hands-on study of the antislavery movement and Quakers, and how they influenced the First Women's Rights Convention. It includes a study guide that used documents, images, diary and letter excerpts, and reproduction items and clothing to explore how Quakers and antislavery reformers brought about the Seneca Falls Convention.
Schools within a 75 mile radius of Seneca Falls, NY are requested to make arrangements to pick up the Traveling Classroom at the park and to return it. Schools outside of a 75 mile radius of Seneca Falls may borrow the Traveling Classroom via Fedex by e-mailing the teacher's name, School name, School address, a contact telephone number, a contact e-mail address, and the dates the Traveling Classroom is requested for, to e-mail us. The teacher will be contacted about the availability of the Traveling Classroom.
- African American History and Culture, Constitutional Law, History, Journalism, Leadership, Religion, Slavery
- Antislavery, Underground Railroad, Fugitive Slave Law, Quakers, Society of Friends, women's rights, Seneca Falls, convention, Declaration, Declaration of Sentiments
- Traveling Trunk