• First Wave Statue Exhibit

    Women's Rights

    National Historical Park New York


View or print the park brochure and site bulletins below.

Park Brochure
(With Map of Seneca Falls and Waterloo and history of women's rights movement)

Quick Guide to the Visitor Center Exhibits
(Map of the second floor exhibit space.)

Wesleyan Chapel
(Site of the 1848 Seneca Falls Woman's Rights Convention, includes visitor center)

Wesleyan Chapel Rehabilitation
Began in August 2009

First Wave
(Organizers of the 1848 Seneca Falls Woman's Rights Convention)

Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Life in Seneca Falls
Describes her house and family at 32 Washington Street.

Quaker Influence
Jane Hunt, May Ann M'Clintock, Lucretia Coffin Mott, and Martha Coffin Wright were all abolitionists, Quakers, and organizers of the 1848 Seneca Falls Woman's Rights Convention.

Abby Kelley Foster
In 1843 Abby Kelley Foster came to Seneca Falls to organize a local chapter of the American Anti-Slavery Society. The village was never the same. Read more about this amazing reformer and how she made history.

A description of the camp founded by Elizabeth Smith Miller and others on the shore of Seneca Lake.

Burn While You Learn!
A Healthy Park Healthy People Walking Tour Map of Seneca Falls.

Have You Had Your Head Read? Read Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Phrenological Report
Phrenology was a popular scientific approach to personality traits and character- read what the Phrenologist found when he examined Stanton's head.

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