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Championing Women's Equality

Bronze statue of a group of women's rights activists

Women's Rights NHP

Prominent 19th-century activists gathered in Seneca Falls, New York, in July of 1948 to hold the first Women's Rights Convention.

Mural of Maggie Walker

Maggie L. Walker NHS

Explore the home of this community leader who devoted her life to the advancement of African Americans and women.

Hallway decorated with a mirror, busts, and paintings

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality NM

From a residence across the street from the US Capitol, a national suffragist group pushed for the ratification of the 19th Amendment.

Turning 102, Too

Two people looking inside a pueblo ruin

Bandelier National Monument

Created July 8, 1916, the park preserves 11,000 years of human history and 33,000 acres of desert canyon and mesa to explore.

Couple photographing rocky cliffs along the ocean

Acadia National Park

While the park has seen several name changes, it was originally established on July 8, 1916, through the efforts of the local community.

Building resembling a classical temple

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace NHP

An elaborate memorial honoring the humble beginnings of the 16th US president was created on July 17, 1916.

Silhouette of two people watching lava eruption

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Established as Hawaii National Park in 1916, Hawai'i Volcanoes is a dynamic, ever-changing landscape sculpted by active lava flows.

Tropic plants along a creek with a high wooden bridge in the background

Haleakalā National Park

Also originally part of Hawaii National Park, Haleakalā protects fragile native Hawaiian ecosystems and celebrates the islands' culture.

Side of an inactive volcano covered in desert vegetation

Capulin Volcano National Monument

Set aside on August 9, 1916, the inactive volcano was last park before the creation of the National Park Service two weeks later.

National Park Getaways

Granite monolith with DC skyline in the distance

This Month's National Park Getaway

Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove on the Potomac is a "living" presidential memorial in the nation's capital.

Home library containing thousands of books, a table, and chairs

Adams National Historical Park

Meet four generations of an influential political family that helped guide a young nation at Adams National Historical Park.

Ranger leading a lantern tour through a cave

Wind Cave National Park

Explore an exciting world above and below ground at a "two-in-one" park in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

Inside a long building with a tipi at the end in front of a large window.

Washita Battlefield NHS

Once a somber place of remembrance, these fields in Oklahoma have become a place where communities can come together.

Last updated: August 16, 2018