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The Wesleyan Chapel was the site of the Convention of 300 women and men who came to hear the first formal demands for women's rights.
Click on # 9 to learn more.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton, one of the leaders of the First Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls lived in the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House for 15 years.
Click on # 10 to learn more.

Welcome to Women's Rights National Historical Park!

Visitors can explore exhibits and obtain a schedule of events at the park's Visitor Center.
Please start by clicking on the Visitor Center (# 8) in Seneca Falls.

The Women's Rights National Historical Park has sites in both Seneca Falls and nearby Waterloo that commemorate the First Women's Rights Convention, held in 1848.

The Declaration of Sentiments, a document outlining the rights of women, was drafted in Mary Ann M'Clintock's home in Waterloo.
Click on # 11 to learn more.

The Hunt House in Waterloo, home of Jane Hunt, was where Hunt, Stanton, M'Clintock, Mott, and Wright met to plan the 1848 Convention
Click on # 12 to learn more.

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