The M'Clintock House--Supplementary Resources
The M'Clintock House: A Home to the Women's Rights Movement offers a detailed look into the formation of the First Women's Rights Convention. Below are materials for further exploration of the fight for women's rights and women's suffrage.
Women's Rights National Historical Park
The M'Clintock House is one part of this unit of the National Park Service. The park's web pages offer an in-depth look at what occurred in Waterloo and Seneca Falls including:
- a summary of the First Women's Rights Convention;
- a listing of those who attended the convention and biographies of the important leaders, such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott;
- a time line of the major reform movements of the 19th century.
National Register of Historic Places: M'Clintock House
The National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places with state and local partners created a travel itinerary called "Places Where Women Made History." The itinerary features a description and photographs of M'Clintock House.
Library of Congress
The American Memory collection offers a wide variety of resources related to the suffrage movement.
National Portrait Gallery
The National Portrait Gallery summarizes the Seneca Falls Convention and presents portraits of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and Frederick Douglass.
The University of Rochester
The University of Rochester's History
of the Suffrage Movement includes biographies of influential suffragists
and a timeline of the movement.