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Hunt House
401 East Main Street Waterloo NY 13165
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M’Clintock House
14 East Williams Street Waterloo NY 13165
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National Memorial Day Museum
35 E. Main Street Waterloo NY 13165
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Peter Whitmer Farm
1451 Aunkst Rd Waterloo NY 13165
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Terwilliger Museum
31 E. Williams Street Waterloo NY 13165
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Waterloo Library & Historical Society
31 E. Williams Street Waterloo NY 13165
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Waterloo Library & Historical Society
31 East Williams Street Waterloo NY 13165
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GPS: 42.905818,-76.860974

Arcade/Rose Hill Grange Belva Lockwood
Virginia St. Waterloo NY 13165
(Suffrage)
“The Belva Lockwood parade, (1888), occurred in early November. Mrs. Lockwood was nominated on the Equal Rights Party ticket both in 1884 & 1888….after the parade, the immense crowd listened to a speech from Mrs. Lockwood herself, from the verandah of the Arcade.” …1888 Public Building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9070255,-76.8626207

Azaliah Schooley House Azaliah/Margaret Schooley
Whiskey Hill Rd. Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Signers of Declaration. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9319233,-76.9130173

Bonnel House Rachel Dell Bonnel
Route 96 Waterloo NY 13165
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.932389,-76.941756

Dell House Thomas/William Dell
Route 96 Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signers of Declaration of Sentiments …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8914541,-76.8609477

Fatzinger Hall Susan B. Anthony
Corner Church and Williams Waterloo NY 13165
(Suffrage)
Miss Susan B. Anthony addressed the Women's Suffrage mass meeting at Fatzinger Hall, last night. The veteran lady has lost none of her ability as a speaker and is doing her usual good work in the cause. Mrs. Mary Seymour Howell of Albany will speak tonight. The meetings are under the management of Mrs. E. L. Calkins of South Bend Indiana. …1894 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.905358,-76.8623987

Hunt Block Hunt Block
Main St. Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Built by R.P. Hunt, signer …1835 Commercial ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.906111,-76.844444

Hunt House Jane & Richard P. Hunt
401 E. Main St. (5 & 20) Waterloo NY 13165
(Suffrage)
Site of the first planning for the Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention. Home of signers, 1829-78. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.902563,-76.8467837

Junius Friends Meeting House
Nine-foot Road Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Petition for Woman Suffrage sent from Friends of Human Progress from their annual meeting in Waterloo to the Constitutional Convention of NY …1867 Meetinghouse ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9612662,-76.9253646

Junius Friends Meeting House Eliz. Cady Stanton
Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
"In the 1850's, Stanton used the annual meetings at Junius to develop her ideas on woman's rights, and later on education, marriage and divorce." Other preparers of the draft included Eliab W. Capron, Lydia Ann Jenkins and Charles Lenox Remond. "For Stanton, "the Quaker meeting-house at Junius, N.Y., was at one time the great centre and rallying point for all those interested in reforms of the day in both church and state." …1850 Meetinghouse ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9612662,-76.9253646

Junius Friends Meetinghouse Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Nine Foot Road Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton's first speech after Seneca Falls woman's rights convention; Congregational Friends, Annual Meeting. Discussed "Rights and Wrongs of Woman." Women and men met together on "basis of perfect equality." …1848-93 Meetinghouse ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9612662,-76.9253646

Kendig House Matilda Kendig Hunt
Main ST., between Church and Virginia, south side. Waterloo NY 13165
(Suffrage)
Home built by Martin Kendig, father of Matilda. …1817 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.904515,-76.861819

M'Clintock House Thomas & Mary MClintock
Williams. St. Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Rights "founding family"-part of Women's Rights National Historical Park. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9056023,-76.8615838

M'Clintock Store
Main St. Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Store of signers …1848 Commercial ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9056023,-76.8615838

Macedon Phoebe B. Dean
The Bowdish farm is located near the crossroads of the Friends Meeting House on the line of Lot # 80 and 69. Waterloo Macedon NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Loyal League, wrote letter referenceing ECS call to loyal women. Phebe B. Dean, Waterloo, NY, participated in the Friends of Human Progress annual meetings for the following years: 1853-55,57-59,61-67,69,71. In 1860, Waterloo, she lived near Henry and Mary Bonnell with the Eleanore Bowdish family. …1863 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0692299,-77.0928809

Mathews House Delia Mathews
20 Center St. Waterloo NY 13165
(Suffrage)
Home of Jabez and Delia Mathews (probable). Delia Mathews signed the SF Declaration of Sentiments …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.908492,-76.8666407

Mill Workers' Houses
Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Built by Richard Pell Hunt for mill workers …1840-1850 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9051805,-76.8593681

Mount House Lydia Mount
Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sent. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9051805,-76.8593681

Shear House Stephen Shear
Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration. Member of Congregational Friends. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9051805,-76.8593681

Vail House Abram Vail
Edwards Rd. Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Quakers. Relative of signers of the Declaration of Sentiments. …1848 House/farm ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.909658,-76.917422

Waterloo Quaker/Public Schoolhouse
Route 96 Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Possible school for signers' children. …1855 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8914541,-76.8609477

Waterloo Sarah Hunt
Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Loyal League, wrote letter referencing ECS call to loyal women. …1863 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9051805,-76.8593681

Waterloo Woolen Mill
Rte. 5 & 20 Waterloo NY
(Suffrage)
Owned by R.P. Hunt, signer, et al …1842 Manufacturing ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.902834,-76.836024

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