• First Wave Statue Exhibit

    Women's Rights

    National Historical Park New York

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    Beginning on December 30, 2013 the park will be closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. The park will be open Wednesday-Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm

Bookstore

Eastern National store award winning display with sunflowers, newspapers, and stained glass.

The award winning display. Come on by and check it out! You might find something you need.

Eastern National

Come Check out the Store's Award Winning Displays!

Congratulations to Eastern National Store Manager Marie Queener.

The award's committee said, "Marie's cheerful display is a welcome sight on this raining day. Why sunflowers at Women's Rights NHP? Sunflower is the pseudonym Elizabeth Cady Stanton used in contributing to the first newspaper for women, The Lily. Stanton's earliest articles concerned temperance, childbearing, and education before she began writing about women's rights. Marie's display was created with buying in mind as all items are displayed in multiples and interpretive text is right by the products."

 
Eastern National operates the bookstore at Women's Rights NHP.

Go to the park bookstore's webpage eParks.com, the online store of America's National Parks to find merchandise available in our visitor center Eastern National bookstore. Your purchase through this link will provide funding directly to Women's Rights NHP for special programs, author signings, staff training, and research for site specific items.

Email the site manager to place an order or to get more information about site specific reprints of primary source materials.

Did You Know?

Wesleyan Chapel, site of the First Women's Rights Convention, as it is preserved today.

Did you know that one of the organizers of the First Women's Rights Convention in America, Martha Coffin Wright, frequently housed fugitive slaves in her kitchen? More...