Series: The M'Clintock House & Women's Rights: Opportunities for Learning

A place-based learning resource, the series explores the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention where women made demands for equality. You'll find chapters (with readings, discussion questions and activities) about reform movements, the planning of the convention, and the role of the M'Clintock Family. Chapters 2-4 (and associated activities) can be used independently or as a whole. The material can be used in a formal classroom setting (curriculum standards included) or by those curious to learn more.