A site devoted to the history of the Women's Rights Movement.
This organization fosters awareness of Women's contributions to American History -- very useful history links.
Find out about the 125 women who have been inducted into the Hall of Fame.
This site features several complete issues of one of the 19th century's most popular women's magazines.
In 1848, the world's first Women's Rights Convention met in Seneca Falls, New York. This site features the full Declaration of Sentiments, and the names of the people who signed it.
This consortium provides forums for discussion of women and community issues and supports women's history, culture, education, leadership and equity.
The site of the America's first Women's Rights Convention, administered and interpreted by the National Park Service.
Learn more about Madam C.J. Walker in one of the National Register's online lesson plans: Two American Entrepreneurs: Madam C.J. Walker and J.C. Penney.
Eleanor Roosevelt's final home, Val-Kill, administered and interpreted by the National Park Service.
This website, maintained by the National Park Service, offers online classroom-ready place-based lesson plans created by historians and educators to help teachers use historic places in the classroom. Each lesson is linked to national standards for history and the social studies.
In addition to its Revolutionary War associations, this park also preserves and interprets The Wayside, the home of authors Louisa May Alcott, Margaret Sidney, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.
This park, administered and interpreted by the National Park Service, traces the early development of America's Industrial Revolution, and the "mill girls" who first worked the factories there.
The home of Abigail Adams, and her husband President John Adams and her son, President John Quincy Adams.
G.S.A.'s valuable collection of sites and on-line exhibitions involved with the 150th anniversary of the Women's Rights Convention.
Travel Web Sites for New York and Massachusetts
Visit the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism web site, including the site's extensive list of historic attractions.
Home page of the "I love New York" tourism program, this site includes various resources for travel in New York, and history themed tours and trips in the "I love historic New York" pages.
This website, maintained by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, includes information on state and nationally designated byway routes throughout America based on their archeological, cultural, historic, natural, recreational, and scenic qualities. Visit the America’s Byways Seaway Trail website for more ideas.
Other travel itineraries in the National Park Service's ongoing series include many historic destinations that you can visit online or in person. Each itinerary spotlights a different geographic region, community, or theme.
Massachusetts and New York Preservation Resources
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Learn about the programs of the oldest national non-profit preservation organization.
Historic Hotels of America
A feature of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Heritage Traveler program that provides information on historic hotels and package tours in the vicinity of this itinerary.
National Park Service Office of Sustainable Tourism
National parks have been interwoven with tourism from their earliest days. This website highlights the ways in which the NPS promotes and supports sustainable, responsible, informed, and managed visitor use through cooperation and coordination with the tourism industry.