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Seneca Falls Historical Society
55 Cayuga Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Elizabeth Bloomer’s Gallery
81-83 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Ludovico Sculpture Trail
Bridge Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Seneca Community Players
91 Cowing Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Seneca County Arts Council & Gallery
109 Fall St Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Historic Marker: ALONG NORTH SIDE OF RIVER
On US 20 & NYS 5 About 1 Mile East Of Waterloo Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Along North Side Of River Marched Sullivan's Forces Expedition Commanded By Col.Peter Gansevoort & Lt. Col. William Butler Sept. 20-21, 1779 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: BRIDGEPORT
On Co. Rd. About 2 Mis. E. Of Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Bridgeport Formerly Cayuga Ferry & W. Cayuga Terminus Of State Line Bridge Prominent When Auburn Was "HARDENBERGH'S Corner" ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: ELIZABETH CADY
On Washington St., Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton Promoter Of The First Womaan's Rights Convention Lived Here. Convention Was Held Across The River ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: FIRST CONVENTION FOR
On US 20 & NYS 5, Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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First Convention For Woman's Right Was Held On This Corner 1848 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: HOME OF
At Intersection W. Bayard & Sackett Sts., Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Home Of Gary V. Sackett 1790-1885 Judge Court Of Common Pleas-Promoter Of Canal System ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: KINGDOM CEMETERY
On US 20 & NYS 5 About 1 Mile East Of Waterloo Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Kingdom Cemetery Reserved In Deed To Thomas Lawrence. Here Until 1856 Were Mills, Distilleries, Taverns, School, Justice Ct., Masonic Lodge, Race Track. ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: MILITARY ROUTE
On US 20 & NYS 5 At The East End Of Waterloo Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Military Route Of The Sullivan-Clinton Army On Its Campaign Against The British And Indians Of Western New York In 1779 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: MYNDERSE
On US 20 & NYS 5, Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Mynderse Academy Named For Co. Wilhelmus Mynderse, Founder Of Seneca Falls ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: OLD GENESEE
On Co. Rd. About 1/2 Mile East Of Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Old Genesee Stage Route Cayuga Lake Bridge Made This The Main Route Until The Erie Canal Of 1822 And The Railway Of 1840 ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: POTTER INN FARM
On Co. Rd. About 1/2 Mile East Of Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Potter Inn Farm Nathaniel J. Potter, Innkeeper Blacksmith On Genesee Road, 1801-1808. His Son, Henry's. Potter, Lived Here. 1st Pres. Western Union Telegraph, 1851. ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF INDIAN VILLAGE
On NYS 89 About 1 1/2 Miles North Of Canoga Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Site Of Indian Village Gar-Non-De-Yo Destroyed During Sullivan Campaign Sept. 21, 1779 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: VAN CLEEF LAKE
On Bank Of Lake Near Intersection Trinity La. & Fall St., Seneca Falls Seneca Falls Town Of NY
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Van Cleef Lake Named For George Cunningham Van Cleef, One Of First White Children Born In Seneca County 1797 ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Elizabeth Cady Stanton House
32 Washington Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Seneca Falls Library
47 Cayuga Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Wesleyan Chapel at Declaration Park
136 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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National Womens Hall of Fame
76 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Museum/Gallery)
The Hall is home to exhibits, artifacts of historical interest, a research library and office. ...Search ...Map

IDEA Center
32 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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National Women’s Hall of Fame
76 Fall St Seneca Falls NY 13148
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GPS: 42.910935,-76.797697

Seneca Falls Heritage Area
115 Fall Street Lower Level Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Seneca Falls Historical Society
55 Cayuga Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Seneca Museum of Waterways & Industry
89 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Women’s Interfaith Institute
140 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Women’s Rights National Historical Park
136 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Museums & Related Organizations / Women's Rights and Heritage) ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.908286,-76.816106

Bunker House Joel Bunker
10 Miller Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sent. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.911469,-76.801668

Cady farm Daniel Cady
2 Auburn Rd.. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Farm owned by Daniel Cady in SF. …1850 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.918788,-76.792096

Chamberlain House Jacob P. Chamber-lain
SW cor. River Rd. & Kingdom Rd. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Farm owned by Jacob P. Chamberlain all his life. Home of Jacob P. and Catherine Kuney Chamberlain before they moved to the village of SF in 1843. …1830-1843 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.903885,-76.825648

Chamberlain House Jacob P. Chamberlain
NW "corner" Seneca St. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments from 1843 to c. 1851. Owned by WORI. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.913335,-76.788308

Chamberlain House Jacob P. Chamberlain
63 W. Bayard Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Owned by signer of Declaration of Sentiments, but likely never lived there.. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.908174,-76.801698

Conklin House Elizabeth & Mary Conklin
Garden St.-#24 Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments. Tentative I.D. Needs deed search. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9060566,-76.7948571

Foote House, site of Elisha and Eunice Newton Foote
N. Park St. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Site of home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments …1848 Home ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.913859,-76.795944

Gibbs House Experience Gibbs
lot 20 Bayard St-1856 map Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Site of home of Signer …1848 Home ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.908608,-76.793725

Hoskins House Charles Hoskins
Cayuga Street Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9172285,-76.7930475

Irish Family Houses
Washington, Seneca, Jay & Adams Streets. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Irish families mentioned in Stanton, Eighty Years. …1850 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9106219,-76.7966215

Metcalf House Jonathan Metcalf
Gravel Road Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9725026,-76.7959681

National Women's Hall of Fame
76 Fall St. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
In 1969, a group of dedicated citizens created the National Women’s Hall of Fame, believing that the contributions of American women deserved a permanent home in the small village where the fight for women’s rights began. Nation’s oldest membership organization dedicated to honoring and celebrating the achievements of distinguished American women. …1969 Museum/ Archives ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9106028,-76.7974629

Quinn House Susan Quinn
Garden near Spring St. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments. Address in the "Blue Form survey is 31 Cayuga. Garden near Spring St ...Lot 13-1852 map …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.906271,-76.794657

Race House Rebecca Race
Corner Cayuga and South Park Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Signer of the Declararion of Sentiments. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.912997,-76.796741

Seneca Falls Historical Society Museum Lillian Mynderse
Cayuga St.-#55 Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Home of Lillian Mynderse, friend of Stanton. Wrote note to ECS on birth of another son in 1851. …1851 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9152036,-76.7948509

Seneca Falls Train Station(s)
State St.-#60 & #51 Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Used by reformers after 1853. …1855 Transportation ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9106219,-76.7966215

Seneca Knitting Mills
Canal St. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Built 1844 as woolen mills by Charles Hoskins, signer, and others. Reopened as Phoenix Mills by signer J. P. Chamberlain and others. …1844 Manufacturing ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.927621,-76.7731135

Seymour House Henry Seymour
27 Cayuga St Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.912233,-76.796481

Sisson House Sarah Sisson
Kingdom near JPCHamberlain or Green St. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Sarah, wife of Mathew(Kingdom) Sarah, wife of Philip (no relation to Matthew). …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9077596,-76.795894

Stanton House Elizabeth Cady Stanton
32 Washinton St. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Rights "founding family"-part of Women's Rights National Historical Park. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9126982,-76.7883584

Trinity Episcopal Church Elizabeth Cady Stanton
E. Bayard St. Seneca Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Church that Stanton attended in SF. At least ten signers of Declaration were affiliated with this church. …1831 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9104707,-76.7947961

Wesleyan Chapel
136 Fall St. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Site of first Women's Right's convention. …1848 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9107419,-76.8001859

Wesleyan Chapel Harriet Stanton Blatch
136 Fall St. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Organized a meeting to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the first Women's Rights convention. Bronze plaque put on chapel structure. …1908 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9107419,-76.8001859

Women's Rights National Historical Park
136 Fall St. Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Established by an act of Congress in 1980, The Park uses the setting of the first Women's Rights Convention in the Wesleyan Chapel and the homes of important participants to tell the story of one of the most important movements in American history--the fight for women's equality. …1980 National Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9107419,-76.8001859

Generations Bank
20 East Bayard Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
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Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Inc.
2020 Routes 5 & 20 West Seneca Falls NY 13148
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GPS: 42.903476,-76.829946

National Women's Hall of Fame
76 Fall Street Seneca Falls NY 13148
(Women's Rights and Heritage) ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.910973,-76.797738

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