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Adamson-Dolley House Site Sarah Read Adamson-Dolley
5 East Main Street Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
FIRST FEMALE AMERICAN DOCTOR ...Enhanced the lives of both rich and poor women by her example and her work as a physician, by her leadership in women’s organizations, and by her quiet support for women’s rights. In 1872, Dolley was one of the women of the First Ward-- along with Amy Kirby Post, Mary Fish Curtis and Mrs. L.C. Smith -- who registered to vote in the national election. Although she was ultimately not allowed to vote, she was among those who later contributed money to help defray trial costs of the inspectors who had allowed Anthony to vote. Worked with Dr. Anna H. Searing in Rochester. …1851-1900 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1557396,-77.612371

Alasa Farms
6450 Shaker Road Alton NY
(Suffrage)
Shaker Farmstead from 1826-1838. Fourierist Community 1843-46. Members advocated women's rights and abolitionism. Signer Catharine Fish Stebbins lived there with her family. Shaker Community/ Fourierist Community …1826-1838 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.2343519,-76.9723792

Albany
Albany NY
(Suffrage)
Last NYS Women's Rights Convention before the Civil War.Coincided with the Judiciary Committee hearing on the Divorce Bill. …1861 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6681399,-73.8113997

Albany Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Albany NY
(Suffrage)
Hearing granted to ECS, Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Blake before the Common on Grieviences on "the Bill to prohibit Disenfranchisement". …1885 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6681399,-73.8113997

Albion Hotel Stanton, Anthony, Green
Elm Street Potsdam NY
(Suffrage)
Convention/speech held at dining room as no hall or church would accept them. …1861 Hotel ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.6698817,-74.9789913

Alfred University
1 Saxon Dr Alfred NY 14802
(Suffrage)
One of first two co-educational colleges in New York State (the other was St. Lawrence). 1837--Academy; 1852?--college. Oldest building is Alumni Hall, c. 1840. …1837, 1852? College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.253424,-77.787959

Alice Austen House Museum Alice Austen
2 Hylan Blvd Staten Island NY 10305
(Suffrage)
"Alice Austen (1866 - 1952) was one of America's earliest and most prolific female photographers  Though she is best known for her documentary work, Austen was an artist with a strong aesthetic sensibility.  Furthermore, she was a landscape designer, a master tennis player, and the first woman on Staten Island to own a car.  She never married, and instead spent fifty years with Gertrude Tate.  A rebel who broke away from the ties of her Victorian environment, Alice Austen created her own independent life." …1900+/- House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6151414,-74.0630312

Alice Austin House Alice Austin
2 Hylen Blvd. Rosebank-Staten Island NY 10305
(Suffrage)
A photographer, Austen's work challenged Victorian traditions while providing examples of everyday society in late 19th and early 20th century America. Her work often mocked Victorian mores by dressing female subjects in men's clothing and even showing women smoking in public--an illegal act during the Victorian age. Her photography captured more common experiences than other photographers' work, and her photos were often displayed in prominent shows. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6151414,-74.0630312

Alva Smith Vanderbilt Mausoleum / Woodlawn Cemetery Alva Smith Vanderbilt Belmont
East 233rd Street / Webster Avenue Bronx NY 10470
(Suffrage)
Gravestone and her life story. …1933 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8952174,-73.8639212

AME Zion Church Frederick/ Susan B. Douglass/ Anthony
549 Clarissa St. Rochester NY 14608
(Suffrage)
Founded in 1827, the early church edifice was connected to the Underground Railroad in Rochester.    Susan B. Anthony gave one of her last public addresses in the church, and Frederick Douglass edited his abolitionist papers, “The North Star,” from presses set up in the church basement. …1906 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1450802,-77.6184424

Angel of the Waters Statue at Bethesda Fountain Emma Stebbins
72nd Street Central Park New York NY
(Suffrage)
Webpage shows picture of the sculpture. …1873 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7743037,-73.97083

Annie Moore Statue Annie Moore
Ellis Island New York NY
(Suffrage)
First registered passenger to land at the newly opened Ellis Island at age 15. …1892 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6986858,-74.0407052

Anthony Childhood Home Susan B. Anthony
67 East Road Adams MA 1220
(Suffrage)
Birthplace of Susan B. Anthony … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.615462,-73.102293

Anthony Childhood Home Susan B. Anthony
Battenkill NY
(Suffrage)
Home of the Anthony family while Daniel Anthony operated cotton mill. …1832-38 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1105556,-73.4230556

Anthony House Mary Stafford Anthony
17 Madison St. Rochester NY 14608
(Suffrage)
Home of Susan B., mother Lucy and sister Mary from 1866 after the death of Mr. Anthony. …1866-1907 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1531871,-77.6280642

Anthony House Susan B. Anthony
17 Madison St. Rochester NY 14608
(Suffrage)
New home of Susan B., mother Lucy (till death in 1880) and sister Mary from 1866 after the death of Mr. Anthony. …1866-1906 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1531871,-77.6280642

Anthony's Grave Susan B. Anthony
Mount Hope Cemetery, 791 Mount Hope Avenue Rochester NY 14620
(Suffrage)
Susan B. Anthony's grave in Mount Hope cemetery. Inscribed "Liberty, Humanity, Justice, Equality." …1906 Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.134251,-77.6136234

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Site of the 20th Anniversary National WR Convention-Paulina Wright Davis, Mott, ECS, Rose, etc. …1870 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Annual meeting of the National Women's Suffrage Assocaition. …1871 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Convention of the American Woman Suffrage Association. Lucy Stone, et al. …1872 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

Apollo Hall
412 Broadway New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
25th Women's Rights Convention Anniversary Meeting. Seneca Falls Reminiscenses by ECS and LMott. …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7189113,-74.00176

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

Association Hall
375 Ontario Street Albany NY 12208
(Suffrage)
First Albany Convention- called the "Justice to Women" Convention with Stanton, May, Rose, Brown, Anthony, Channing, Hay, Jenkins, B. Phillips, Stebbins and Anna Anthony. …1854 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6575816,-73.7859878

Association Hall
375 Ontario Street Albany NY 12208
(Suffrage)
Site of NYS Women's Rights Convention. …1860 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6575816,-73.7859878

Auburn Female Seminary
Genesee St. Auburn NY 13021
(Suffrage)
School for females founded by Abijah Fitch and other founders and activists of Cayuga County. …1833 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.927736,-76.574601

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

Baptist Church Antoinette Brown Blackwell
5660 West Henrietta Road (Rt 15) West Henrietta NY 14586
(Suffrage)
Her first speech on Women's Rights. …1847 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.040613,-77.66149

Baptist Church/ Assembly Chamber Anthony, Bloomer
State St Albany NY 12207
(Suffrage)
Site of Women's Rights/Temperance Convention -- Meetings were held at State Street Baptist Church during the Women's State Temperance Convention in 1853. At that time, State Street Baptist Church was located on the corner of State Street and High Street. (The latter street no longer exists, but was situated near present-day Robert Abrams Building for Law and Justice in the Empire State Plaza.) The Assembly Chamber of the Capitol also served as a meeting place during the Convention. …1853 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.651490,-73.756844

Barbizon Hotel for Women
140 East 63rd Street New York NY 10065
(Suffrage)
The Barbizon Hotel for Women was built in 1927-28 as a residential hotel and clubhouse for single women, who at that time were moving to New York City in record numbers to take advantage of new professional opportunities opening to them. Its residents included many women who later became prominent actresses, writers, designers, and professional women, including author Sylvia Plath, who wrote about her residence at the Barbizon in The Bell Jar. …1928 Hotel ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7645991,-73.9661703

Barnard College Annie Nathan Meyer
3009 Broadway New York NY 10027
(Suffrage)
Founded in 1889, Barnard was the only college in New York City, and one of the few in the nation, where women could receive the same rigorous and challenging education available to men.The school's founding is largely due to the efforts of Annie Nathan Meyer, staunchly committed to the education of women. She joined forces with a small group of her peers to petition Columbia University Trustees for an affiliated self-sustaining liberal arts women’s college, and in two years accomplished what she had set out to do. …1889 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8090928,-73.9639326

Barrier-Williams House Fannie Barrier-Williams
163 Erie St. Brockport NY 14420
(Suffrage)
Worked to secure equal rights and opportunities especially for African American women. Helped to found the National Association of Colored Women (NACW) in 1896. One of the founders of the NAACP. Her efforts recognized when she was the only African-American selected to eulogize Susan B. Anthony at the 1907 Nat. American Women’s Suffrage Assoc.convention. Continued to advocate for African American women, if only from the sidelines, until her death in 1944. Lived in Chicago and Brockport. … House/Marker ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.2143409,-77.9483427

Belva Lockwood Memorial Belva Lockwood
Griswold Street Middleport NY 14105
(Suffrage)
Part of Middle Port visitor information website. Scroll down page to see Belva's plaque. …1830 Memorial ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.165490,-78.494503

Beth Israel Medical Center Elizabeth Blackwell
Stuyvesant Square East and Fifteenth Street New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Official site of hospital …New York College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7329233,-73.9833409

Biddlecom-Sweet House Emma Biddlecom Sweet
28 Harper St. (1930) Rochester NY 14607
(Suffrage)
She was a cousin of Susan B. Anthony, and is best known as Anthony’s secretary during the last years of the famous suffragist’s life. Accompanied Anthony on her travels to California to work on the suffrage campaign. Traveled abroad to Europe to attend women’s suffrage conventions. Held various offices in Rochester’s Political Equality Club & Monroe County Woman Suffrage Party. Honorary Pres. Rochester League of Women Voters. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1469935,-77.5909511

Bloomfield, NY Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis
Bloomfield NY 14469
(Suffrage)
Birthplace. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.894412, -77.431546

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

Bonnie View/Flower Memorial Library Marietta Holley
Route 11 Watertown NY
(Suffrage)
A writer, Holley became close companions with Susan B. Anthony and Clara Barton. She was invited to come to the 30th anniversary of the women’s rights movement, but declined because she was wary of speaking in public with her lisp and shyness.Through the voice of Samantha, Holley spoke out on politics, women’s rights, children’s rights, and other issues of the day. Library holds her writings. (Flower Memorial Library 229 Washington Street Watertown, NY 13601) … House -- Pierrepont Manor ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.761663,-76.040484

Brinley Hall
340 Main St. Worcester NY 12197
(Suffrage)
Site of first National Women's Right's Convention. …1850 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.5959341,-74.7323892

Brinley Hall
340 Main St. Worcester NY 12197
(Suffrage)
Site of second National Women's Right's Convention. …1851 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.5959341,-74.7323892

Broadway Tabernacle
New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
Site of the seventh National Women's Rights Convention. Later building on site. …1856 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.716532,-74.004284

Broadway Tabernacle Lucretia, et al Mott
New York NY 10013
(Suffrage)
In 1853 a Woman's Rights Convention was held at Broadway. Tabernacle in New York. Lucretia Mott presided. …1853 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.716532,-74.004284

Brooklyn Academy of Music
176-194 Montague Street Brooklyn NY 11201
(Suffrage)
3rd Anniversary of the American Equal Rights Association, LM-Pres., with ECS, FD, MCW, ABB, SMA, ESM, etc. …1869 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.694067,-73.991651

Brooks-Greenleaf House Jane Brooks Greenleaf
196 Goodman St. (1910) Rochester NY 14607
(Suffrage)
Statewide leader in the suffrage cause, active Rochester clubwoman and community organizer. Elected to the presidency of the New York State Woman Suffrage Association (NYSWSA) at a state convention held in Rochester (NY) in December, 1890. During her first year in office, reports indicated that membership in the organization had doubled. Close friend of S. B. A. and sister Mary. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.157191,-77.586079

Brown Blackwell Childhood Home Antoinette Blackwell
1099 Pinnacle Rd. Henrietta NY 14467
(Suffrage)
Farmhouse-childhome home. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.051987,-77.597150

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

Burtis Opera House Anthony, Howell, Greenleaf, Shaw
12-22 North St. Auburn NY 13021
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention …1891 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.932210,-76.566162

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

Canajoharie Academy Susan B. Anthony
Canajoharie NY 13317
(Suffrage)
First speech for the Daughters of Temperance. (Canajoharie Academy-where she taught school.) …1847 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.901113,-74.576862

Canton Opera House Carrie Chapman Catt
Canton NY 13617
(Suffrage)
May 1914 Catt had come to Canton, NY to conduct a school for suffrage workers at the first woman's suffrage convention ever held in St. Lawrence County. The May 20, 1914 issue of the Courier and Freeman carried an account of Mrs. Catt's speech to between 500 and 600 people who had come to the Opera House to hear her. … Public building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.6011351,-75.1640464

Canton Universalist Church
Canton NY 13617
(Suffrage)
Carrie Chapman Catt, president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, conducted a school for suffrage workers at this church and it hosted the first woman's suffrage convention ever held in St. Lawrence County. …1914 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.6011351,-75.1640464

Capitol Building Susan B. Anthony
Capitol Bldg. Albany NY
(Suffrage)
SBA's face was carved into the stairs of the new capital building by State Supervisor of Public Works. …1897 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.652835,-73.757339

Carrie Chapman Catt House Carrie Chapman Catt
Paine Ave. New Rochelle NY
(Suffrage)
In 1927 she purchased this home on Paine Ave. where she lived for the rest of her life, gardening enthusiastically and pursuing her twin interests of women's rights and world peace. In the last years of her life, she was also busy championing the newly formed United Nations. …1927 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.936815,-73.78651

Cassadaga Lake Susan B. Anthony
Jamestown NY
(Suffrage)
Suffrage Day observed at the Cassadaga Lake Assembly. Speech by Anthony. …1892 Public grounds ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.3572172,-79.325325

Catherine Montour Memorial Site Catherine Montour
Cook & Genesee St. Montour Falls NY
(Suffrage)
A prominent Iroquois woman in the late 18th century, Catharine Montour married a Seneca chief named Telenemut, also known as Thomas Hudson. She and her husband lived at a Seneca town that eventually became known as Catherine's Town. She spoke both English and French and often acted as interpreter for Indian and Government negotiations. After some years, Queen Catharine found her way back and lived until her death in 1804 in a cabin which stood near the site of her memorial. …1710-1804 Memorial ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.3461847,-76.8492205

Cayuga County Courthouse Harriet Tubman
Genesee St. Auburn NY
(Suffrage)
Memorial to Harriet Tubman. Plaque erected 1914. …1914 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9298929,-76.5689348

Central Medical College
Syracuse NY
(Suffrage)
First medical college open to women (formerly Geneva Medical College). 4 women graduates this year. Now part of Syracuse University. …1852 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0425431,-76.1396943

Central Presbyterian Church
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
50th Anniversary celebration of the First Women's Rights Convention …1898 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1452105,-77.5570587

Century Club Julius & Marion Sanger-Frank
Ogdensburg NY
(Suffrage)
2nd suffrage convention in the county met here in June, 1915. Mayor Frank welcomed the delegates. The main speaker was Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, who was both a doctor of theology and medicine, and a noted suffrage leader who campaigned in every state where a suffrage measure was under consideration. …1915 Public building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.6903458,-75.4757035

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

Chautauqua Mariana Chapman
Chautauqua NY
(Suffrage)
Elected superintendant of the newly formed Friends Equal Rights Assoc. during the General Conference. …1900 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.208164,-79.462906

Chautauqua Rev. Anna Howard Shaw
Chautauqua NY
(Suffrage)
"Great debate" during the NY Chautauqua Assembly between Rev. Shaw and Rev. Buckley, editor of the Christian Advocate. Noted for the audience favorable reaction to Rev. Shaw. …1892 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.208164,-79.462906

Church of the Messiah Crossett, Mills
Buffalo NY 14222
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention …1902 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.915889,-78.876643

Church of the Messiah (Unitarian Church) Osborne, Mills, Crossett, Miller, Howe, Shaw
Burnet Avenue Syracuse NY
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention. …1906 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.039702,-76.0821836

Church of the Messiah (Unitarian Church) Samuel J. May
Burnet Avenue Syracuse NY
(Suffrage)
Rev. May preached a sermon entitled. "The Rights and Conditions of Women". …1845 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.039702,-76.0821836

Church of the Puritans
Union Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
Site of the First Woman's National Loyal League Convention. …1863 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.699251,-73.9931105

Church of the Puritans
Union Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
First post-Civil War & 11th National Women's Rights Convention. Formal establishment of the American Equal Rights Assoc. 1867-First Annual Meeting of same. …1866 & 1867 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.699251,-73.9931105

Clark House Emily Clark
Watkins Glen NY
(Suffrage)
Gave the speech for 4th of July celebration in town. …1853 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.3796506,-76.8674519

Clinton, NY
Clinton NY
(Suffrage)
22 women voted at an election on the question of establishing a waterworks. Another such vote was held in Lansingburg in 1885, which resulted in a lawsuit by the "several women" whose votes were not accepted. …1884 Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0500184,-75.3786691

Coffin-Wright House, site of Martha Coffin Wright
172 Genesee St Auburn NY 13021
(Suffrage)
Site of the home of David and Martha Coffin Wright-women's rights, anti-slavery and UGRR supporters. Marker. … House site ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.928757,-76.5708945

Collins Music Hall Eliz. Smith Miller
459 S. Main Geneva NY 14456
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention held here with a reception at Miller's home. …1897 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8648336,-76.9839606

Community House John, George and Margaret Collins/Pryors
680 Sheldon Road Skaneateles NY 13152
(Suffrage)
Fourierist Community established here in 1843 with support of Samuel J. May, Thomas M'Clintock, and others. John Collins, George and Margaret Pryor, and other abolitionists and woman's rights advocates lived here. …1843-46 Public House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9828791,-76.4550739

Congress Hall
Saratoga NY 12866
(Suffrage)
Convention of the Equal Rights Assoc. Matilda J. Gage, SBA etc. …1869 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.079814,-73.7857328

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

Cooper House Griffith Griffith
Rte. 21/Pearsall Rd. Williamson NY
(Suffrage)
Home of the Griffith's-Quakers, WR, UGRR supporters. Son-in-law Eliab W. Capron signed SF Declaration of Sentiments … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.2091298,-77.1835857

Cooper Union/Institute
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
2nd Annual Meeting of the American Equal Rights Assoc.ECS, MCW, A. Bloomer, ABB, SBA, etc. …1868 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cooper Union/Institute
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Introductory anniversary meeting of the American Woman Suffrage Association …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cooper Union/Institute
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Site of Tenth National Women's Rights Convention. Organized by Emily Howland TLW …1860 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cooper Union/Institute Anthony et al
30 Cooper Square New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Meeting concerning the upcoming campaign, sponsored by the Republican Party. SBA, ECS, MJG; New York City Society members put on demonstration for suffrage and to prove the society had no sympathy with any theories of free-love. …1872 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7281411,-73.9918029

Cordelia A. Greene Library Cordelia A. Greene
11 S. Main St. Castile NY 14427
(Suffrage)
Doctor & philanthropist, Greene supported a number of reform causes throughout her life, including temperance and women’s suffrage. She was active in the Wyoming County Suffrage Association, and she served for many years as president of the local Political Equality Club. One year she refused to pay her taxes in order to protest her lack of the right to vote. She was also known as a generous financial donor to the cause of suffrage. She donated a $500 subscription, which was eventually used to help publish the History of Woman Suffrage. Close friend of WIlliam Pryor Letchworth. … Library ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6316157,-78.0510753

Corinthian Hall
State St Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
Site of the 1858 New York State Women's Rights Convention, chaired by Samuel J. May. Convention resolutions were designed to bring the subject of women's legal and civil disabilities before the Legislature of New York. 13.000 signatures were gathered towards this purpose. …1858 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.156594,-77.6120982

Corinthian Hall
Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
WR convention/lecture. Speaker Aaron Powell's sickness caused teasing and heckling from crowd-unproductive session. …1861 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.156594,-77.6120982

Corinthian Hall
State St Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
Lecture held for suffrage-sponsored by Geo. F. Train. …1867 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.156594,-77.6120982

Corinthian Hall Stanton, et al
Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
Site of the first Women's State Temperance Society, where noted in the "Rochester Advertiser", "There are several of the notabilities of the Women's Rights cause present and a fair sprinkling of Bloomers is scatterd throughout the audience." ECS speech clarifies the issue of temperance as intrinsically linked with Women's rights. …1853 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.156594,-77.6120982

Corinthian Hall Susan B. Anthony
State St Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
Site of NYS Temperance Convention where Susan B. Anthony gave the opening speech. Also Eliz. Cady Stanton, R. B. Degarmo, and other major players in the Women's Right's Movement in attendance. Formation of the Women's New York State Temperance Society for which ECS was elected President and promoted her then radical ideas on divorce. …1852 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.156594,-77.6120982

Crossett House Ella Hawley Crossett
Summitt Ave. Warsaw NY
(Suffrage)
Warsaw's women organized the Warsaw Political Equality Club under the leadership of Ella Hawley Crossett. She went on to become the President of the New York State Suffrage Association from 1901-1910. …1900 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7390737,-78.1451012

Crouse College
736 Irving Ave.   Syracuse NY 13210
(Suffrage)
Built through the generosity of John Crouse as a memorial to his wife, Crouse College was intended to be used only as a women’s college. The first cornerstone was laid in June 1888, and the building was completed in September 1889. It was officially named the John Crouse Memorial College for Women. …1889 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0413398,-76.1389545

De Garmo Hall
Corner 5th & 14th New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
"Indignation meeting" held by the NYC Society to protest to protest the decsion by Judge Hunt in the case of SBA. …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7358292,-73.9937274

Delavan House
Corner of Broadway and Columbia Streets Albany NY
(Suffrage)
Lodging frequented by ECS et al during lecture and convention tours and from whose stairs Gerritt Smith addressed the "mob" and all applauded and left peacefully. …1861 Hotel ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6521384,-73.7495732

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

Doty Home Elias & Susan Doty
Macedon NY
(Suffrage)
Signer of the Declaration of Sentiments. Obit. provides mention of assistance to slave fugitives by Susan during her life there. …1850 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0682815,-77.3035809

Doty Home Susan & Elias Doty
Scipio NY
(Suffrage)
Home of Susan Doty and George W. Doty and then Elias Doty …1844 and earlie House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.796806,-76.5542489

Douglass Grave Frederick Douglass
Mt. Hope Cemetery Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
F.Douglass burial site. … Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1286526,-77.6206769

Douglass House Frederick Douglass
4 Alexander St. Rochester NY 14620
(Suffrage)
… House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1458626,-77.6089187

Douglass House Frederick Douglass
217 Hamilton St. Rochester NY 14620
(Suffrage)
Frederick Douglass, signer of Declaration of Sentiments, purchased this house in 1880s for his daughter Rosetta. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1450263,-77.6045533

Douglass House, Site of Frederick Douglass
South Avenue Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Home of Douglass family until it burned, 1874 [?] … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.135953,-77.6075628

Dr. Mary E. Walker Statue Dr. Mary E. Walker
Co. Rte. 7 Oswego NY
(Suffrage)
The only woman to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor and being the first female U.S. Army surgeon (during the Civil War) was also a campaigner for the Suffrage Movement, rights for children and veterans, dress reform and social reform. Attempted to vote in Oswego in 1872. …1872 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.3955845,-76.4479508

Dr. Spring's Old Brick Church Stanton, et al
Franklin Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
Site of the World Temperance Convention where female delegates were spurned by many male delegates and caused a major dispruption. When Susan B. Anthony was recommended as a member of the business committee, the words of ECS, "The war commenced in earnest." …1853 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.700227,-73.6761029

Educational Convention Susan B. Anthony
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
During this convention, she speaks on the concept of "equal place and pay" for women. …1853 City ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1305531,-77.6260033

Eleanor Roosevelt Statue Eleanor Roosevelt
Riverside Drive and 72nd Street New York NY 10023
(Suffrage)
Penelope Jencks has chosen a natural, everyday position for her figure, making Roosevelt accessible as a person instead of as a prominent international figure.On the sidewalk in front of the sculpture is a stone engraved with a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt: "Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home. Such are the places where every man, woman and child seeks equal justice, equal opportunity, equal dignity" …1996 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7803362,-73.9878932

Elisabeth Freeman Display by Wendy Polhemus-Annibell
300 W. Main St. Riverhead NY 11901
(Suffrage)
Elisabeth Freeman (1876-1942) of Kings Park … ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.9181636,-72.6681367

Elizabeth Cady Stanton grave Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Woodlawn Cemetery East 233rd street and Webster Avenue Bronx NY 10470
(Suffrage)
Gravestone and life history. …1902 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8953899,-73.8653389

Elmira Female College
Corner Washington & Main. Elmira NY 14901
(Suffrage)
Elmira Female College, originally chartered in 1852 as Auburn Female University, received a new charter from the State of New York. "Elmira is the oldest existing women's college in the United States which succeeded in attaining standards in a fair degree comparable with men's colleges. …1855 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.0992069,-76.815446

Elsie de Wolfe and Elisabeth Marbury House Elsie & Elisabeth De Wolfe, Marbury
122 East Seventeenth Street New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
History of house and link to Elsie de Wolfe. …New York House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7358545,-73.9898606

Emma Goldman Residence Emma Goldman
208 E. 13th St. New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Activist, feminist, writer, and revolutionary; formed the Free Speech League in NYC. Her highly influential publication, Mother Earth, began publication in 1906. …1903-1913 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7321829,-73.9894279

Emma Lazarus Emma Lazarus
W. 10th St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Link from the NY Park Service Statue of Liberty page-tells story of Emma Lazarus and her poem- 'The New Colossus' …1885 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7342534,-74.0029836

Emma Willard School Emma Hart Willard
Pawling Ave. Troy NY
(Suffrage)
The first school in the country to provide girls the same educational opportunities given to boys …1821 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.71307,-73.6617149

Farmington Friends Meeting House Eliz. Cady Lucretia/James Mary/Emily Thomas, Mary Ann, etc. Stanton Mott Edmondson MClintock and others
160 County Route 8 Farmington NY
(Suffrage)
Site of Genese Y.M. of Friends, walk-out of 200 people, June 1848 who became Cong. Friends; Stanton spoke on Women's Rights at this meeting. Oct. 6, 1848. Mott spoke her annually from 1834 to 1848. Founding meeting of Congregational Friends …1848 Meetinghouse ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.031695,-77.3210019

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

First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls
23 Cayuga St. SenecaFalls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Site of Nat. Woman's Party meeting, 1923, where Alice Paul announced Equal Rights Amendment …1923 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9120459,-76.7990797

First Universalist Church Anthony, Blake, Howell, etc.
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Rights Convention …1890 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1540256,-77.6046254

Fishkill Landing: The Van Vliet Boardinghouse
Beacon NY 12508
(Suffrage)
Margaret Fuller wrote "Woman in the Nineteenth Century." … ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.5003208,-73.9795169

Florence Mills House Florence Mills
220 West 135th St. New York NY 10030
(Suffrage)
Florence Mills was one of the most acclaimed entertainers of the 1920s, and she used her status as a performer to comment on the nation's racial ills. A major contributor to the growth and spirit of the Harlem Renaissance. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.815387,-73.9468537

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

Fort Tryon Park Margaret Cochran Corbin
Riverside Dr To Broadway, W 192 St To Dyckman St New York NY
(Suffrage)
On November 16,1776, while they were stationed in Fort Washington, New York, the fort was attacked by British and Hessian troops. John was assisting a gunner until the gunner was killed. At this point John took charge of the cannon and Margaret assisted him. Sometime later, John was killed also. With no time to grieve, Margaret continued loading and firing the cannon by herself until she was wounded by grapeshot which tore her shoulder, mangled her chest and lacerated her jaw. Other soldiers moved her to the rear where she received first aid. …1776 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8625608,-73.9312995

Fossenvue/Queen's Castle Anne Fitzhugh Miller
Fassett Point/Caywood Point North Hector NY
(Suffrage)
Camp founded by Anne and Jane Ver Planck. Anne Miller daughter of Eliz. Smith Miller emerged as a spokesperson for the suffrage cause at the NYS Constitutional Convention, held in 1894. There, she gave a speech advocating women’s suffrage. She attended most state suffrage conventions from that time on until her death, and was regarded as one of Ontario County’s leading suffragists. She and like-minded friends spent a month each summer (1875, 1881-85, 1890-1901). at Queen's Castle built 1899. …1875 Camp ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.550833,-76.881667

Frances Hodgson Burnett Fountain Frances Hodgson Burnett
Conservatory Garden, Central Park, 5th avenue at 106th street New York NY 10029
(Suffrage)
Site has background information on the fountain. …1936 Monument ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7943054,-73.953287

Franklin Hotel
Corner Bridge& Bayard SenecaFalls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Anchor of only business block extant from 1848 …1848 Hotel ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.90827,-76.8027737

Fulton County Courthouse Elizabeth Stanton
North William St, Johnstown NY
(Suffrage)
Elizabeth Cady Stanton saw many trials during her childhood here, accompanied by Peter, enslaved in their family, where her father practiced law. …1766: 1820-1840 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0065172,-74.3750272

Gannett House Mary Thorn Lewis-Gannett
15 Sibley Place Rochester NY 14607
(Suffrage)
Educator, reformer and social activist; 1893: Gannett, with Susan B. Anthony, organized Rochester’s Women’s Educational and Industrial Union (WEIU); successful in efforts to open Univ. of Rochester to women. Member: Rochester's Political Equality Club, 1891; 1894-Addressed the Suffrage Committee of the Constitutional Conv. in Albany’s Assembly Chamber on behalf of women’s right to vote. …1889-1952 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1541514,-77.5944506

Ganondagan Historic Site Seneca Nation
1488 State Rte. 44 Victor NY
(Suffrage)
the site of a Native American community that was a flourishing, vibrant center for the Seneca people. Seneca people were matrilineal. As heads of clans, women also appointed chiefs, farmed, and controlled the distribution of food. In 1985, G. Peter Jemison, an artist and a Seneca, was hired as Site Manager and is the descendant of Mary Jemison. … Historic Site ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9627047,-77.4237222

Genesee Wesleyan Seminary Belva Ann Lockwood
Lima NY
(Suffrage)
From 1854-1857 she attended Genesee Wesleyan Seminary and Genesee College (later to become Syracuse University) in New York, that provided equal instruction for females. Belva was the first woman to graduate from a national law school, the first woman to practice law if front of the Supreme Court, and the second woman to run for President of the United States. …1832 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9093647,-77.615086

Geneva
Geneva NY 14456
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention. [Political Equality Club?] …1907 City ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8641495,-76.9872855

Geneva Medical College Elizabeth Blackwell
Geneva NY 14456
(Suffrage)
First woman doctor graduated 1848. Presently know as Hobart and William Smith Colleges. …1848 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.859508,-76.985265

Geological Hall Matilda J. Gage
Lodge St & State St Albany NY
(Suffrage)
NY City Society meeting …1884 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6504409,-73.7540673

Gerrit Smith Estate Gerrit/Ann Smith
5304 Oxbow Rd Peterboro NY 13134
(Suffrage)
Home of major abolitionist/women's rights family. Gerrit Smith ran for President on Liberty League ticket in 1847-48 with platform that promoted votes for women. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9676406,-75.6876909

Gertrude Stein Statue Gertrude Stein
between 5 and 6 Av, W 40 St and W 42 St New York NY 10018
(Suffrage)
Trailblazing American author and arts patron Gertrude Stein made significant literary contributions—from plays, librettos, and film scripts to biographies, autobiographies, lectures, essays, poems, and novels. Virgil Thomson wrote music to accompany her work for a posthumously published opera, The Mother of Us All, based on the life of feminist Susan B. Anthony …1992 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7534569,-73.9830379

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

Gleason Works Kate Gleason
1000 University Avenue Rochester NY 14607
(Suffrage)
Kate Gleason, the first woman to be president of a national (U.S.) bank, as well as the first woman member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers …1890-1901 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1540235,-77.5763592

Glen Haven Water Cure William/ Theodosia/ James Chaplin/Gilbert/Jackson
North Glen Haven Road Sempronius NY
(Suffrage)
Site of Glen Haven Water Cure, operated by James C.Jackson, William Chaplin, Theodosia Gilbert as water cure, health reform, dress reform center. ECS and other dress reformers took steamer from Skaneateles for dress reform convention at Glen Haven, c. 1852 …1848-1860 Water Cure Spa ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7912324,-76.3000873

Grandma Moses' Grave Anna Mary Robertson Moses
Maple Groove Cemetery Hoosick Falls NY 12090
(Suffrage)
Gravestone and brief history on webpage. …1961 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.890544,-73.3511262

Grave of Jane McCrea Jane McCrea
Union Cemetery Broadway (route 4) Fort Edward NY 12828
(Suffrage)
Brief history and slab on Jane McCrea grave. …1777 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.287137,-73.580773

Graves Farm Rhoda Fox Graves
130 Clinton St. (1930) Fowler NY 13642
(Suffrage)
She was the first woman to serve in the New York State Senate, the first woman to hold office in both the upper and lower legislative houses in New York State, and the first women to chair a New York Senate Committee. Graves began her political career by working with suffrage organizations in St. Lawrence County, distinguishing herself for the first time as an activist and gaining respect in the community. …1920-1930 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.339509,-75.4728247

Gravesend Cemetery Lady Deborah Moody
Gravesend Neck Road Brooklyn NY 11223
(Suffrage)
Pictures of Cemetery with plaque on stone in honor of her. …1659 Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.5947418,-73.9750101

Green Street Universalist Church
Albany NY
(Suffrage)
Site of 2nd NYS Women's Rights Albany Convention, Martha C. Wright presiding. …1855 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6413066,-73.7546565

Greenacre Park Abby Rockefeller Mauze
East 51st Street Btwn 2nd and 3rd avenues New York NY 10022
(Suffrage)
Site describes park and its link to Abby Rockefeller Mauze …1971 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7561486,-73.9692963

Greenough House Mrs. H. H. Greenough
89 S. Sophia St. Rochester NY 14608
(Suffrage)
Meeting of the Rochester Ladies Anti-Slavery Sewing Society …? House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1478558,-77.617908

Hale House Clara M. Hale
145 West 122nd Street New York NY 10027
(Suffrage)
Also known as Mother Hale, was an American humanitarian who founded the Hale House Center, a home for unwanted children and children who were born addicted to drugs. …1940s Public Health ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.806793,-73.9507317

Hallowell House Mary Post Hallowell
Jones St. Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
In the aftermath of the Civil War, Hallowell supported revisions to the 14th Amendment that would allow women, as well as African American men, the right to vote. She attended a convention for this purpose in Rochester at Corinthian Hall in December, 1866. During this period, she also joined Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Anthony’s Equal Rights Association, and when this disbanded she became a member of the National Women’s Suffrage Association (NWSA), also headed by Stanton and Anthony. …1842-1913 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1667221,-77.6293837

Hallowell Willis House Sarah Kirby Hallowell Willis
93 Troop St. (1910) Rochester NY 14608
(Suffrage)
Signer of the Declaration of Sentiments and life-long supporter of the suffrage movement. Involved in the Spiritualist movement in the late 1840s. In 1872, when Susan B. Anthony voted in the presidential election, Hallowell Willis also attempted to register to vote, but was unsuccessful in her efforts. The following year, when the Women’s Taxpayers Association (WTA) was organized, Hallowell Willis was one of its officers. known as a dependable friend when financial help was needed by the women’s movement …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1512671,-77.6161837

Hardenburgh House Sojourner Isabella Truth Bomefree
Riften NY
(Suffrage)
Isabella Bomefree is thought to have lived here in the basement with her enslaved parents and siblings. Johannes Hardenbergh, their "owner" had land in the Swartekill area, (now known as Rifton) in what was then the Town of Hurley … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.83138,-74.0369185

Harper-MacBain House Martha Matilda Harper
853 Culver Rd. (1930) Rochester NY 14609
(Suffrage)
Servant-turned-international-business-owner who attended classes at Roch. University, was the first female to join the Rochester Chamber of Commerce. Susan B. Anthony was not only a client of Harper’s, she also praised Harper often during her lectures, and used her as an example of what could be done by women in business. Harper in turn contributed to the memorialization of the Susan B. Anthony House in the 1940s. …1888-1930+ House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1606718,-77.5683937

Harriet May Mills House Harriet May Mills
1072 W. Genesee St. Syracuse NY 13204
(Suffrage)
Home of aboliltionist, woman's rights advocate, first woman to run for state-wide office after woman's right to vote in NYS … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.054086,-76.1756787

Hartford, NY Susan B. Anthony
New Hartford NY
(Suffrage)
Gave the speech for 4th of July celebration in town. …1853 Town ...Search ...Map

Hathaway House Joseph and Esther Hathaway
Pumpkin Hook Farmington NY 14425
(Suffrage)
Home of president pro tem of Worcester Women's Rights Convention, 1850; president of Western NY ASS; AS lecturer; brother of Phebe Hathaway, organizer of women's AS fairs. Farmington Quaker (Orthodox). …1850-51 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0290353,-77.3442872

Henry Street Settlement Lillian Wald
265 Henry St. New York NY 10002
(Suffrage)
As founder & headworker of Henry Street Settlement until 1933, Wald drew from global intellectual currents of reform — especially networks of women and Progressives — as she integrated her Settlement into powerful political networks for social change. During her 40 years at the helm, she established herself as a courageous national leader in campaigns for social reform, public health and anti-militarism, and as an international crusader for human rights. … Building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7139582,-73.9867041

Horseshoe Falls (Canadian side) Annie Edson Taylor
Horseshoe falls (Canadian side) Niagara Falls NY 14303
(Suffrage)
This is a page from the Niagara Falls Public Library-shows paintings depicting Annie Edson Taylor's daring deed. …1901 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0772749,-79.0753202

Horseshoe Falls (Canadian side) Annie Edson Taylor
Niagara Falls NY 14303
(Suffrage)
First woman to go over the falls and survive. Born in Auburn, NY 1838, desiring to secure her later years financially, and avoid the poorhouse, she decided she would be the first person to ride over Niagara Falls in a barrel. …1901 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0772749,-79.0753202

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

Howland Home/ Opendore Isabel Howland
34B Sherwood, Scipio NY 13147
(Suffrage)
Home of Isabel Howland, organizer of Sherwood Equal Rights Assn., friend of Anthony and other woman's rights advocates …built 1840s/ re House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7612179,-76.6211251

Howland House Emily Howland
Route 34B Sherwood, Scipio NY 13147
(Suffrage)
Home of Emily Howland, abolitionist, suffragist, 1827-1929 …c. 1812;1880s House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7612179,-76.6211251

Howland House Emily Howland
Route 34B Sherwood, Scipio NY 13147
(Suffrage)
Home from 1857 of Slocum Howland and daughter Emily Howland-women's rights advocate, abolitionist and UGRR agent. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7612179,-76.6211251

Howland Stone Store Emily/Isabel Howland
Route 34B Sherwood, Scipio NY 13147
(Suffrage)
Museum dedicated to the lives of Slocum, Emily, and Isabel Howland, Quakers, abolitionists, woman's rights supporters. Contains huge collection of woman suffrage posters, piece of SBA's birthday cake from 1898, etc. …built 1836 Commercial ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.761153,-76.621197

Hudson Court House Harriet Stanton Blatch
Hudson NY 12534
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention. ECS daughter read letter from her mother to gathering. …1898 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.2501978,-73.7879394

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

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

Irving Hall
New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Site of the meeting of the Anniversary of the (new) National Women's Suffrage Assoc. …1870 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.734929,-73.988448

Irving Hall
New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Annual meeting of the National Women's Suffrage Assocaition-Martha C. Wright, Presiding. …1874 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.734929,-73.988448

Jackson's Water Cure/Home on the Hill Dr. Harriet Austin
Dansville NY
(Suffrage)
Physician and co-director of Our Home on the Hill health center in Dansville, New York.This Water Cure/Dress Reform, etc. Sanitarium thrived, drawing many popular icons on the lecture circuit such as Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, and Clara Barton, who eventually became a patient after her lengthy travels, and who would later found the first American Red Cross chapter in Dansville in 1881. …1854-1900 Sanitarium ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.5609 -77.6961

Jean Stafford Grave Jean Stafford
Green River Cemetery East Hampton NY 11937
(Suffrage)
Site mentions but doesn't show actual picture of grave. …1979 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.0115838,-72.1499435

Jeffrey House Hester C. Jeffrey
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Member of the Roch. Political Equality Club and the WCTU. In 1897, she was appointed to serve on the Frederick Douglass Monument Committee. Jeffrey founded/organized a number of local African American women's clubs. In 1902, organized the Susan B. Anthony Club for African American women and served as its president. While the club's goals were, in part philanthropic, its Mothers' Council was created to help mothers with small children. It also advocated for suffrage. …1891-1934 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1854658,-77.6165029

Jemima Wilkinson House Jemima Wilkinson
Friend Hill Road Penn Yan NY
(Suffrage)
History of house and Jemima Wilkinson …1790 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6549259,-77.160032

Joan of Arc Statue Joan/Jehanne DArc
Riverside Drive and 93rd Street. New York NY
(Suffrage)
The sculpture, by Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington, represents Joan of Arc on horseback, ready for battle. She is fully clad in armor, and standing tall in the stirrups. With one hand she holds the reins of the horse, while with the other she raises a sword high in the air. …1915 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7940556,-73.9763368

John Street United Methodist Church Barbara Ruckle Heck
44 John St. New York NY 10038
(Suffrage)
Barbara Heck was involved fortuitously in the inception of Methodism in the United States and Canada, A German Palatine …1768 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7091344,-74.0102906

Johnson Hall/Fort Johnson Molly Brant
139 Hall Ave. Johnstown NY 12095
(Suffrage)
Molly Brant was a Mohawk clan mother and Influential partner of Sir William Johnson …1735-1796 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0152425,-74.3846389

Johnstown Cemetery Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Johnstown NY 12095
(Suffrage)
Elizabth's brother, Eleazer, is buried here, along with "Flora," probably Flora Campbell, and other members of Cady family. …1826 Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0082566,-74.374579

Juniper Ledge Carrie Chapman Catt
New Castle Rd. BriarCliff Manor NY
(Suffrage)
In her later years, Juniper Ledge remained an important base for her work. On June 26, 1921, an article in the New York Times described how 100 League members from the New York area arrived at Juniper Ledge to set up a picnic to welcome Carrie Chapman Catt home from Wyoming. Catt had begun at Juniper Ledge; she had made it a practice to dedicate certain trees to famous suffragists. …1919 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.142881,-73.8387244

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

Kate Mullany House Kate Mulaney
14 E. Williams St. Troy NY 12180
(Suffrage)
Exemplified a strong tradition in women's union activity … Apartment ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7400469,-73.6834227

Kateri Shrine Kateri Tekekwitha
3628 Hwy 5 Fonda NY 12068
(Suffrage)
She is the first Native American/First Nations woman to be venerated in the Roman Catholic Church. Tekakwitha was beatified by Blessed Pope John Paul II in 1980. An Algonquin-Mohawk woman born in present-day New York state who became known as a Catholic religious lay woman. After surviving smallpox as a child, which killed her immediate family, at age 20 she was baptized as a Roman Catholic and settled for the last years of her life at the Jesuit mission village of Kahnawake, south of Montreal in New France. …1666-1676 Shrine ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9504828,-74.3953117

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

Ladies Mile Historic District
Broadway from 8th to 23rd street New York NY 10010
(Suffrage)
official site of Ladies mile-tells its history …1862 District ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7413616,-73.9913212

Lady Deborah Moody House Lady Deborah Moody
27 Gravesend Neck Road, Gravesend Brooklyn NY 11223
(Suffrage)
Site shows pictures of the house-not clear if original …1645 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.59552,-73.9764686

Lafayette Hotel Blanchard Bethune
391 Washington Street at Lafayette Square Buffalo NY 14203
(Suffrage)
Site gives history of the hotel and its architect Blanchard Bethune. … Hotel ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8849055,-78.8750793

Latourette Home Sojourner Isabella Truth Bomefree
Ward 5 New York NY 10306
(Suffrage)
James and Cornelia Latourette first housed and were friends of Isabella upon her arrival from Ulster Co., NY …1829-1843 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.5760625,-74.1467884

Lee Kasner Pollock Grave Lee Krasner Pollock
Green River Cemetery East Hampton NY 11937
(Suffrage)
Site shows Lee's grave. …1984 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.0115838,-72.1499435

LeRoy, NY Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis
LeRoy NY
(Suffrage)
Her home during her childhood, while living with her Aunt who was a strict Presbyterian. … Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9782745,-77.9917335

Lochland/Miller Home Eliz. Smith Miller
1065 Lochland Road Geneva NY 14456
(Suffrage)
Home of Elizabeth Smith Miller, daughter of Gerrit Smith. Site of meetings of Geneva Political Equality Club, organized 1897 with 135 members. Became a school for mentally handicapped in 1933. Stanton, Anthony, Pankhurts, Lucy Stone, Anna Howard Shaw, Carrie Chapman Catt, and other woman's rights advocates stayed here and spoke here.Reception and memorial service held for Mary Anthony who died the previous Feb. …1907 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.842366,-76.9795897

Lockport Stanton, Anthony, Green
Lockport NY
(Suffrage)
WR convention/lecture. Met with hecklers. …1861 Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1688566,-78.702504

Loguen Home Site Jermain/ Caroline Loguen
East Genesee St. Syracuse NY 13210
(Suffrage)
Site of home of most sig. UGRR safe house in Syr. VP of NYS woman's rights convention. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0480073,-76.1274903

Long Island Historical Hall Ward, Blackwell, Anthony, etc
Brooklyn NY 11201
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention …1893 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6948497,-73.9923821

Lotta Crabtree grave Lotta Crabtree
Woodlawn Cemetery East 233rd Street and Webster Avenue Bronx NY 10470
(Suffrage)
Gravestone and her life story. …1924 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8900655,-73.87425

Lovina Latham House Hannah/Lovina Latham
37 W. Bayard St. SenecaFalls NY 13148
(Suffrage)
Home of signers Lovina and Hannah Latham. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.90822,-76.8009066

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 Academy
Route 31F Macedon NY
(Suffrage)
Maria E. Wilbur's daughter, Gulielma (Wilbur) Sutherland, was a student ( 1845-48) along with Rachel Dell Bonnell & sister Elizabeth ( 1846-47); Harriet, Milton & David Doty, children of Elias & Susan Doty (1847-1848); 3 children of Academy promoter, William Gould Barker. All of these people were either signers or family members of signers of the Declaration of Sentiments. …1841-1891 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.094518,-77.321115

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

Manhattan Map of Milestones

(Suffrage)
Women’s Rights, Historic Sites: A Manhattan Map of Milestones Researched and written by Pam Elam. This is a listing of 120 plus historic sites in Manhattan. Each site is noted and mapped. … Multiple ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7590615,-73.969231

Manhattan, NY: Horace Greeley Farm
NY 10017
(Suffrage)
Margaret Fuller lived while she worked as first woman reporter for the New York Tribune. … ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7558687,-73.9728397

Margaret Corbin Monument Margaret Cobin
Fort Tyron Park, West 192 Street and Broadway New York NY 10040
(Suffrage)
Park website. Has information on her. …1776 Monument ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.862013,-73.9344968

Margaret Louisa Home for Women Margaret Louisa Vanderbilt Shepard
14 E. 16th St. New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
Residence hall built specifically for the gowing number of working women in NYC. …1891-1950 Residence Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.736614,-73.9941737

Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples Margaret Mead
American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at West 79th Street New York NY 10024
(Suffrage)
Part of official website of the American Museum of Natural History. …1926 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7813281,-73.9761769

Maria E. Wilbur and Esek Wilbur, Mill, site of Maria E. Wilbur
Route 31 Macedon NY
(Suffrage)
Site of home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0644608,-77.3265386

Marietta Holley Home (Samantha Allen) Marietta Holley
Route 11 Adams NY
(Suffrage)
Home of Marietta Holley (Samantha Allen), the "female Mark Twain: feminist humorist author … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.7954523,-76.0212685

Marriott House/ School Susannah Marriott
Court St. Aurora NY
(Suffrage)
School. Marriott, British-born Quaker abolitionist, kept Briercliff in Aurora and then probably kept another school here after before moving to site just north of Brick Meetinghouse. …1824-36 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7558583,-76.7016468

Marriott House/School Susannah Marriott
Sherwood- Aurora Rd. Ledyard NY
(Suffrage)
Home. Marriott lived here before moving to house north of brick meetinghouse. …1826-36 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6975244,-76.611219

Martha Graham School Of Contemporary Dance Martha Graham
316 East 63rd Street New York NY 10065
(Suffrage)
official website of dance school and center …1926 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7626041,-73.9640965

Mary Imogene Bassette Hospital May Imogene Bassette
1 Atwell Road, Cooperstown NY 13326
(Suffrage)
Official site of Bassette Healthcare. Also has history of Dr. Mary Imogene Bassette. …1922 Hospital ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.695987,-74.923303

Mary Jemison Grave and Statue Mary Jemison
Letchworth State Park Castile NY 14427
(Suffrage)
An American frontierswoman and an adopted Seneca. When she was in her teens, she was captured in what is now Adams County, Pennsylvania, from her home along Marsh Creek, and later chose to remain a Seneca. Aka "Old White Woman of the Genesee". …760/777 Statue/grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.584755,-78.0435135

Mary L. Booth Girlhood Home
E. Main St. Yaphank NY 11980
(Suffrage)
Mary Louise Booth (1831-1889) was an early women’s rights activist, as the Secretary of the Women’s Rights Congress in Saratoga in 1855, and in NYC at Cooper Union in 1860. She developed a prospectus for the first Woman’s Journal in 1862, but it never went to publication due to the looming Civil War. Instead she went to Washington, DC to write for the Union League, and was thanked by President Abraham Lincoln for her efforts.

Susan B. Anthony asked her to be Vice President in 1872, and she sent written support for every congress until her death in 1889. She wrote the first History of the City of NY, was the founding Editor of Harper’s Bazar, translated 47 books, worked on bringing the Statue of Liberty to NY. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8367,-72.9157

Masonic Hall
Albany NY 12207
(Suffrage)
Women's Rights Convention …1888 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6513719,-73.7537411

Masonic Hall
Corner of 6th & 23rd St New York NY
(Suffrage)
National Women's Suffrage Assoc. held its 9th Annual Convention on May 10-11 …1876 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.724462,-73.9816327

Masonic Hall
Corner 6th & 23rd St New York NY
(Suffrage)
25th Anniversary Suffrage Mvmt. Convention …1875 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.724462,-73.9816327

Masonic Hall Anthony, Blake, Howell, Rogers
Albany NY 12207
(Suffrage)
Women's Rights Convention …1886 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6513719,-73.7537411

Masonic Hall Gage, Howell, etc.
Albany NY 12207
(Suffrage)
Women's Rights Convention …1887 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6513719,-73.7537411

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

Matilda Joslyn Gage Grave Matilda Joslyn Gage
FayettevilleCemeterySo. Manlius St., Rte. 257 Fayetteville NY 13066
(Suffrage)
Grave of Matilda Joslyn Gage: "There is a word sweeter than Mother, Home, or Heaven--that word is Liberty." …1898` Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0228772,-75.9995722

Matilda Joslyn Gage House Matilda J. Gage
210 E. Genesee St. Fayetteville NY 13066
(Suffrage)
Major national leader. Attempts to vote & publishes a women's rights catechism. http://www.matildajoslyngage.org/house.htm …1854 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.028943,-76.0105836

Meadowmount Inez Milholland Boissevain
Lewis NY 12993
(Suffrage)
Suffragist, labor lawyer, World War I correspondent, and public speaker who greatly influenced the women's movement in America. Started the suffrage movement at Vassar. Leader and a popular speaker on the campaign circuit of the NWP, working closely with Alice Paul and Lucy Burns. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.2617656,-73.5281096

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

Metropolitan Hall
New York NY 10023
(Suffrage)
Site of the second World's Temperance Convention and first "Half-world" Temperance Convention. Great disruptions caused by the presence of women precipitated the withdrawal of most women from the temperance cause and to concentrate on Women's Rights. …1853 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6974881,-73.979681

Metropolitan Museum of Art Louisine Elder Havemeyer
Metropolitan Museum of Art.Fifth Avenue and 81st street New York NY 10028
(Suffrage)
Page shows one of the paintings she bequethed to the museum. …1929 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7782731,-73.964951

Metropolitan Opera House Eliz. Cady Stanton
New York NY
(Suffrage)
Celebration of ECS 80th birthday …1895 Music Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7727216,-73.9841644

Michigan Street Baptist Church Mary Burnett Talbert
511 Michigan Avenue Buffalo NY 14203
(Suffrage)
One of first two AfAm churches in Buffalo, Organized 1837. Built 1845-49. Mary Talbert (1866-1923, educated at Oberlin College, teacher, principal, founder of Niagara Movement, 1905, Phyllis Wheatley Club, Empire State Federation of Women's Clubs, president Nat. Assn. Colored Women's Clubs, 1916-1920, Vice-Pres., NAACP, Chaired U.S. anti-lynching committee, delegate to International Council of Women, (1920) belonged to this church. …built 1846 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.88632,-78.8694667

Milholland Home Inez Milholland
Lewis-Wadhams Road NY
(Suffrage)
Childhood home of Vassar feminist Inez Milholland, who led Washington woman's rights parade in 1912, riding white horse. Married Eugen Jan Boissevain and died tragically young in 1916. Inez was buried in upstate New York near her family home, Meadowmount, in Essex County, surrounded by the Adirondack mountains. …1912 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.2617656,-73.5281096

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

Millay Colony for the Arts Edna St. Vincent Millay
off Route 22. Austerlitz NY 12017
(Suffrage)
Official Millay colony website with details on Edna's life. …1973 Colony ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.3212781,-73.4409767

Montgomery House Helen Barrett Montgomery
233 Westminster Rd. (1910) Rochester NY 14607
(Suffrage)
Montgomery maintained close ties to Susan B. Anthony and the suffrage movement as a member of the Women’s Political Equality Club of Rochester. Shortly after Anthony’s death in 1906, Montgomery served as the second vice-chairman on of the Susan B. Anthony Memorial Association, a Rochester committee established to ensure that Anthony’s pioneering work for women’s rights was properly recognized. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1470569,-77.5862577

Morris-Jumel Mansion Madame Eliza Jumel
65 Jummel Terrace New York NY 10032
(Suffrage)
Official site-detailed history and activities offered there. …1810-1865 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8344942,-73.9407652

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

Mount Lebanon Shaker Village
U.S Route 20 New Lebanon NY 12125
(Suffrage)
Women in Utopian communities …1785-1947 Community ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.4566062,-73.3816583

Mozart Hall
668 Broadway New York NY 10012
(Suffrage)
Site of the Eighth and Ninth National Women's Rights Convention. …1858 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7272242,-73.9974597

Music Hall
behind 133 1/2 Genesee (Flint Block) Auburn NY 13021
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention. …1904 Music Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9304474,-76.5710062

Narcissa Prentiss Birthplace Narcissa Prentiss
7225 County Road 75 Prattsburgh NY 14873
(Suffrage)
Part of NY state tourism website-give brief information on the house as a tourist site …1808 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.520506,-77.2813697

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

Nellie Bly grave Nellie Bly
Woodlawn Cemetery East 233rd street and Webster Avenue Bronx NY 10470
(Suffrage)
Gravestone and her life story. …1922 Grave ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8900655,-73.87425

New York Botanical Garden Elizabeth Britton
Bronx River Parkway at Fordham Bronx NY 10458
(Suffrage)
Official website. … Set up 1891 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8622885,-73.8774205

New York City Josephine Shaw Lowell
New York NY
(Suffrage)
Appointed State Commissioner of Charities by Gov. Samuel J. Tilden. …1854 ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7053111,-74.258188

New York Medical College Lozier, Clemence Harned
New York Medical College Valhalla NY 10595
(Suffrage)
Site mentions the link to Dr. Lozier's women's medical school …1863 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.0852969,-73.8097434

New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
8 West 8 Street New York NY 10011
(Suffrage)
Official site. Mentions Ms Whitney. …1900 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7324546,-73.9972272

New York Town Hall Eleanor, Abbe, Catherine, Adele M. Sanders, Butler, Fielde, Jacobi, etc.
123 West 43rd Street New York NY 10036
(Suffrage)
Describes the facility-also mentions its link with women suffragists. …1921 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7561154,-73.9866391

New York Tribune building
30 Ann Street NY 10038
(Suffrage)
Rear second floor, near Nassau Street, Lower Manhattan, the original site of the New York Tribune building where Margaret worked … ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7106473,-74.0076802

Newburgh Anthony, Blake, Howell, Catt
Newburgh NY 12550
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention …1895 City ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.5035172,-74.044085

Night Presence IV Louise Nevelson
Park Avenue Malls at 92nd Street New York NY 10128
(Suffrage)
NYC department of Parks and Recreation website-tells her life story. …1973 Park ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7840307,-73.9566927

North Street Meetinghouse
Brick Church Rd. Aurora NY
(Suffrage)
Abby Kelley/Edmondson sisters/Harriot Hunt … Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7720313,-76.6523679

NY State Fair Grounds Harriet May Mills
581 State Fair Blvd Syracuse NY 13209
(Suffrage)
Women's building named after Harriet May Mills … Public building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0732169,-76.2247431

NY State Fair Grounds Susan B. Anthony
581 State Fair Blvd Syracuse NY 13209
(Suffrage)
Suffrage Day observed. Anthony gave speech. …1892 Public grounds ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0732169,-76.2247431

NYS Assembly Chamber
Albany NY
(Suffrage)
State Constitutional Amendment proceedings-ECS asks body to strike the word "male" from Section 1, article 2 and that women be allowed to vote for members of that committee. Eliza Wright Osborne of Auburn asks body for suffrage for women.. …1867 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6525,-73.7566

Oneida Community John Humphrey Noyes
170 Kenwood Ave. Oneida NY 13421
(Suffrage)
Utopian community established in 1848 by John Humphrey Noyes, Harriet Noyes, and others on the basis of complex marriage. Women wore bloomers. …1848 house ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0603448,-75.6048203

Oneida Community Mansion House Women in Utopian communities
170 Kenwood Avenue Oneida NY 13421
(Suffrage)
Educational programs and primary documents on the community as a whole not just on women. …1848-1880 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0603448,-75.6048203

Ontario County Court House Susan B. Anthony
27 N. Main St. Canandaigua NY 14424
(Suffrage)
Trial for the act of voting …1872 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8887833,-77.2811251

Opera House Anthony, Greenleaf, Shaw
411 Montgomery St #60 Syracuse NY 13202
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention …1892 Music Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0461766,-76.1485501

Ordway Hall Catt, Shaw, Chapman, Howell, Mills
151 Glen ST. Glens Falls NY 12801
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention-"the last of the century". SBA congratulated for raising the last of the $50,000 needed to help open Rochester University to women. …1899 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.3094227,-73.6460146

Osborne House Eliza Wright Osborne
99 South St. Auburn NY 13021
(Suffrage)
Reception/open house held to allow people of the city to meet noted suffragists such as Anthony, Shaw, Emily Howland, Mrs. William Lloyd Garrison and others. …1891, 10/1904 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.923231,-76.566373

Ottendorfer Public Library and Stuyvesant Polyclinic Hospital Anna Ottendorfer
135 and 137 2nd Ave. New York NY 10003
(Suffrage)
The Stuyvesant Polyclinic Hospital and the Ottendorfer Branch Library represent the philanthropy of Anna Ottendorfer, a 19th-century German immigrant and German language newspaper publisher dedicated to providing charitable support to New York's German immigrants. …1883 Hospital ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7289881,-73.9877585

Palmer House (site of) Rhoda Palmer
Route 14 Geneva NY 14456
(Suffrage)
Palmer was an early women’s rights advocate. She & her father, attended the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls & she was one of the signers. Because NY enacted a women’s suffrage law before passage of the Federal Amendment which granted women the vote, Rhoda Palmer realized a long-held dream and voted in November, 1918, at the age of 102. (Phelps border) … House-site ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9425199,-76.9801655

Pauline Knickerbocker Angell
Waverly NY 14892
(Suffrage)
Born and raised in Waverly, Pauline Knickerbocker Angell played a very important role in the Women’s Suffrage movement. She was the leader of Waverly suffragists as well as Tioga County’s Suffrage Association president in 1914. Visit Waverly Historical Society / Waverly Museum. … Town/Area ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.0182425,-76.5369215

Pennyroyal (Onteora Club) Candace Wheeler
6000 Main St. Tannersville NY 12485
(Suffrage)
One of the founders of the artistic community Onteora,  was one of the first American women to commercialize design and art for women in the United States.Wheeler's home Penny Wise and her brothers' home Lotus Land were the first homes built in what is today Onteora Club. …1887 Community ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.1958309,-74.1328786

Plymouth Church
75 Hicks Street New York NY
(Suffrage)
2nd session of the introductory anniversary meeting of the American Woman Suffrage Association …1873 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6993293,-73.9937227

Point O'Woods, Fire Island, NY
Fire Island NY 11706
(Suffrage)
Where Margaret Fuller, her husband and son drowned in a shipwreck on July 19, 1850, and where Lillie Devereux Blake built a Memorial Tablet and Pavilion to her in 1901 which was swept into the sea in 1913. … ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6515313,-73.1286022

Polling station, 8th ward, Rochester Susan B. Anthony
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Registers to vote and arrested for voting. …1872 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1440418,-77.6279862

Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center Lee, Jackson Krasner, Pollock
830 Fireplace Road East Hampton NY 11937
(Suffrage)
Property is administered by Suny Stonybook Art department. This website gives history of Krasner and Pollock. …1908-1984 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.023834,-72.154919

Port Byron Stanton, Anthony, Green
Port Byron NY 13140
(Suffrage)
WR lecture. Met with hecklers. Cayenne pepper put on hot stove during lecture. …1861 Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0365493,-76.6347737

Post Home (site of, now Hochstein School of Music) Amy, Isaac Post
36 Sophia St. (now N. Plymouth Ave.) Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
Home of signer of Declaration of Sentiments, organizer of Rochester woman's rights convention, Cong. Friend, …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.155905,-77.6157104

Presbyterian Church Anthony, Crossett, Catt, Mills
Hornell NY
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention …1903 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.327263,-77.659357

Presbyterian Church Anthony, Shaw, Blackwell, Mills, Jenney
Oswego NY
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention …1901 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.459531,-76.47105

Presbyterian Church Susan B. et al Anthony
Hudson St. Albany NY
(Suffrage)
Forbidden to speak at the "Daughters of Temperance" Divisional Meeting, the women convened their own meeting with Samuel J. May who was in town during the "Jerry Rescue" trials. …1852 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6562085,-73.7653284

Protection Hall
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Nomination Committee Meeting for the second WR convention. …1848 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1265079,-77.630234

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

Rhoda Degarmo House Rhoda B. DeGarmo
Lot 46, on Main rd. to Genesee Rapids village & near School house #1 Gates NY
(Suffrage)
One of America’s earliest women’s rights activists. Her overt work on behalf of women’s suffrage and women’s rights began in 1848, when she was chosen as one of the members of the Arrangements Committee for the Adjourned Convention held in Rochester, New York on August 2, 1848, about two weeks after the Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls. With the rest of the Committee, DeGarmo met in Protection Hall in Rochester on August 1, 1848 to formulate an agenda and select a slate of officers for the Convention. Became one of the clerks of the new Yearly Meeting of Congregation Friends, 1848. …1848-1872 House/site? ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1701017,-77.7051443

Rochester
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
30th Anniversary Women's Suffrage Convention. …1878 City ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1854658,-77.6165029

Rochester General Hospital Marian Craig Potter
1425 Portland Avenue Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Physician and women's rights advocate, She was the first woman physician to be appointed to the Rochester City Hospital. She was said to have worked with suffragist, Clara Barton, as a part of the original group who formed the American Red Cross. She was a prolific writer and editor of the Women's Medical Journal and a member or founder numerous medical and women's organizations. …1898-1940 Hospital ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1925452,-77.5862319

Rochester Harriet Tubman
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Spoke at NYS Women's Rights Convention along with Rev. Antoinette Brown Blackwell …1896 City ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1854658,-77.6165029

Rochester Historical Society Susan B. Anthony
115 South Ave. Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Collections of Susan B. Anthony (dress, etc.) … Museum/ Archives ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.15241,-77.5718688

Rochester Mrs. Lewis C. Smith
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Organizer of the Women Tax-Payers Assoc. of the City of Rochester. Petitioned NYS Judiciary Cmte.-speakers: SBA, Mrs. Smith and MJGage. …1874 City ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1854658,-77.6165029

Romulus Female Seminary
Flint Hill Rd. Mumford NY
(Suffrage)
Beginning early in the 19th Century, private (sometimes referred to as "select") schools for girls were established in many western New York State villages and towns, as well as in the cities. This was, in part, to give the girls educational opportunities equal to those offered at the boys' private academies, and in part because of the concern of church groups to provide what they considered appropriate instruction for young ladies. …1855-1883 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9958512,-77.883786

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site Alice Roosevelt
20 Sagamore Hill Oyster Bay NY
(Suffrage)
Part of National Park Service page.Gives historical details and how to visit. …1887 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8855293,-73.5010296

Sage College at Cornell Henry W. Sage
Ithaca NY
(Suffrage)
Opened in 1875 with 25 students as Cornells first college for women. Endowed by Henry W. Sage. …1875 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.4458947,-76.4832581

Sanger Home & Clinic Margaret Sanger
17 W. 16th St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Sanger's Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau moved into the house in 1930, expanding its services. Doctors nationwide came to the clinic to learn the latest contraceptive techniques (few medical colleges taught birth control) and social workers kept in contact with the women who sought assistance. … House & Clinic ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7380883,-73.9939925

Sara Delano Roosevelt Memorial House Sara Delano Roosevelt
47-49 East 65th, Bet. Madison And Park Aves New York NY
(Suffrage)
The house was used by Sara Ann Delano Roosevelt from its completion in 1908 to her death in 1941, and intermittently by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt from construction to their sale of the house to Hunter College in 1943. After his mother's death in 1941, President Roosevelt and his wife placed the house up for sale and a non-profit consortium was organized to purchase the house on behalf of Hunter College …1908 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7671747,-73.9675911

Schuyler Hospital Jane Delano
22 Steuben Street Montour Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Schuyler County Hospital in Dix, NY has a Jane Delano Memorial, complete with some of her personal items including a monogrammed dresser set, U.S. Pan-Pacific Exposition Medal, American Red Cross Gold Medal of Merit, Austrian War Relief Medal, Japan Medal of Merit, WWI American Red Cross Service Badge; American Red Cross Nurse Badge, Army Nurse Corps Insignia, and the Bellevue Training School Nurse's Pin. …1920 Hospital ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.3515265,-76.8586489

Sembrich Opera Museum Marcella Sembrich
Route 9N Bolton Landing NY
(Suffrage)
Marcella Sembrich (1858-1935), internationally known Polish soprano, first sang with the New York Metropolitan Opera in its initial season in 1883. She retired in 1909 and sang concert tours until 1917. This is the former teaching studio of Metropolitan Opera Diva Marcella Sembrich; pianist, violinist, teacher, Polish patriot and benefactor. …1917-1934 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.547345,-73.660466

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

Seward House Frances and William Henry Seward
33 South St. Auburn NY
(Suffrage)
Home of abolitionist and woman's rights supporter, Frances Seward, who lobbied her husband for married woman's property act while he was Governor. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9295112,-76.5665374

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

Seymour-Howell House Mary Seymour Howell
Murry St. Mt. Morris NY
(Suffrage)
Promoted women’s rights and women’s suffrage. She was acquainted with many legislators and state officials, and used her influence to advocate for women’s causes. She was also a sought-after speaker, giving speeches before legislative bodies in New York State, and traveling as a suffrage lecturer in many states. Authored a women’s suffrage bill that passed in the New York State Assembly(1892) … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.721133,-77.8803916

Shaker Heritage Society Mother Ann Lee
875 Watervliet Shaker Rd Albany NY
(Suffrage)
Website describes Shaker Heritage Society-no mention found of Mother Ann Lee. …1848 Community ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7429,-73.8366

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

Sherwood Select School/Howland Elem. Emily Howland
Route 34B Sherwood NY
(Suffrage)
She supported the UGRR in Sherwood, worked in schools for free people of color in Washington, D.C., and Virginia, and supported at least fifty schools throughout the nation, most of them for African Americans in the South, as well as Sherwood Select School, which became the basis for the current Emily Howland School. …1927 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7341679,-76.613546

Shredded Wheat Bisquit Company Auditorium Isabel Howland
Niagara Falls NY
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention. Isabel Howland and others chosen as officers. …1910 Company Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0831167,-79.0501667

Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
7 State St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
First American saint to be canonized by the Vatican and is foundress of the parochial school system in the United States. …1821 Shrine ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.702612,-74.0136969

Sinclairville Church Clarina Howard Nichols
Sinclairville NY
(Suffrage)
Speech delayed by argument with Pastor and subsequent apology. …1856-1857 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.2653989,-79.2601225

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

Site of Fox sisters Cottage Margaret, Katherine Fox
Hydesville Road, east of Rochester. Arcadia NY
(Suffrage)
Fox sisters first heard rappings. Many signers of SF Decl. were earliest converts to spiritualism (Posts. M'Clintocks, Underhills). House later moved to Lily Dale, Chautauqua County. …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0723553,-77.0934024

Site of Grandma Moses Home Anna Mary Robertson Moses
Intersection Route 67 and 22 Eagle Bridge NY
(Suffrage)
Page has Grandma Moses' life story and links to some of her paintings. Site is now a vegetable farm now run by her grandchildren. …1860-1961 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.95,-73.396111

Site of home of Antoinette Brown Blackwell Birthplace Antoinette Brown Blackwell
1099 Pinnacle Road Henrietta NY
(Suffrage)
Site tells story of Nettie and the place of her birth. …1825-1921 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.05213,-77.598088

Skaneateles Friends' Meetinghouse, site of
West Lake Rd. Skaneateles NY
(Suffrage)
Site of Prep. Mtg. for Scipio M.M. (If Hicksite, George and Margaret Pryor may have been members of this meeting. If Orthodox, James Canning Fuller and Lydia Fuller were most likely members.) …1830 Meetinghouse ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8883365,-76.4142301

Smithfield Presbyterian Church Gerrit/Ann Smith
5304 Oxbow Road Peterboro NY
(Suffrage)
Now known as the National Abolition Hall of Fame, this building has been witness to many human rights gatherings. … Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9676377,-75.6877364

Sonnenburg Gardens & Mansion Mary Clark Thompson
151 Charlotte St. Canandaigua NY
(Suffrage)
The Thompsons became generous benefactors to multiple organizations and established themselves as philanthropists.Frederick Ferris died in 1899 and Mary soon made Sonnenberg her principal home. In Canandaigua, she established and built the F.F. Thompson Hospital, the Clark Manor House, and the Woodlawn Cemetery chapel. She donated land for the city's post office, and contributed heavily to the local YMCA, the Ontario County historical society, the Wood Library, and numerous local churches.She also maintained an interest in preserving the history of Native Americans in the New York area, and made multiple contributions to the State Museum in Albany for that purpose. …1899 House/ Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.89818,-77.272071

South Bristol Emily Parmely Collins
South Bristol NY
(Suffrage)
Founder Female Equal Suffrage Society aka Women's Equal Rights Assoc.and life long crusader for human rights. …1848 Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7297875,-77.3991531

South Butler Antoinette Brown-Blackwell
South Butler NY
(Suffrage)
Home of minister where AB boarded while she was minister. …1854 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.131454,-76.5082956

South Butler Baptist Church Antoinette Brown-Blackwell
South Butler NY
(Suffrage)
Church where Antoinette Brown was ordained …1853 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.131454,-76.5082956

South Butler Cong. Church Antoinette Brown-Blackwell
South Butler NY
(Suffrage)
Church where Antoinette Brown served as a minister and 2 months later she performed the marriage of Rhoda De Garmo's daughter in Rochester. …1853 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.131454,-76.5082956

South Butler, NY Antoinette Brown-Blackwell
South Butler NY
(Suffrage)
Gave the speech for 4th of July celebration in town. …1853 Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.131454,-76.5082956

Spalding House David and Lucy Spalding
Eibert Road Spafford NY
(Suffrage)
Home of signers of Declaration of Sentiments …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.875273,-76.344896

St. James Hall Stanton, Anthony, Green
Main, corner Eagle Buffalo NY
(Suffrage)
WR convention/lecture. Met with hecklers. …1861 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9134662,-78.8130274

St. Nicholas Hall
Saratoga NY
(Suffrage)
Site of NYS Women's Suffrage Committee Convention organized by Sarah Pellet, Matilda J. Gage & SBA. …1854 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8172807,-73.9487892

St. Nicholas Hall
Saratoga NY
(Suffrage)
Site of the 2nd Saratoga Women's Rights Convention. ECS, SBA, Martha C. Wright, ER, Lydia Mott, SJM, A. Brown. Ist appearance of Mary L. Booth the platform. …1855 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.8172807,-73.9487892

St. Paul's United Lutheran Church Clara Barton
21 Clara Barton Street Dansville NY
(Suffrage)
Page shows picture of the church where Clara established first local Red Cross Society. …1888 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.5587372,-77.6955332

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

Stanton House Elizabeth Stanton
Johnstown NY
(Suffrage)
Site of Stanton's birthplace. … House site ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0100295,-74.381289

Stanton House Elizabeth Stanton
250 W. 94th ST. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Last home? …1900 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7934036,-73.9734364

Statue of General Francis E. Spinner Francis E. Spinner
Myers Park, Park Avenue Herkimer NY
(Suffrage)
Page shows statue only. No historical details. …1861-1875 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0252009,-74.9901428

Statue of liberty Bartholdi mother & Emma Lazarus the poet
Liberty Island New York NY
(Suffrage)
Part of National Park Service page.Gives historical details and how to visit. …1866 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6892494,-74.0445004

Statue of Liberty Gage, Howell, Blake, etc.
New York NY
(Suffrage)
A "Suffrage Boat" was in the harbor during the festivities of the unveiling of the statue. These women gave speeches. …1886 Waterway ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.6892494,-74.0445004

Stebbins House Catherine A. Fish Stebbins
Ward 6 (1850) Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Anti-slavery and women's rights activist. Signed the 1848 Decl. of Sent. Spiritualist. Founding member of Congregational Friends …1848 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1637721,-77.6121637

Steinway Hall
14th Street New York NY
(Suffrage)
In 1869, the 3rd Anniversary of the American Equal Rights Association was held at Steinway Hall (May 12th & 13th) & Brooklyn Academy of Music (May 14th). At that time, Steinway Hall was located at 71-73 East 14th Street. …1869 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7352581,-73.9921117

Steinway Hall
14th Street New York NY
(Suffrage)
1872 - Annual meeting called "The People's Convention" of the National Women's Suffrage Association. Focus on the creation of a new political party. ECS MJG …1871 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7352581,-73.9921117

Steinway Hall Stanton, Gage, Howell
14th Street Albany NY
(Suffrage)
1885 - Women's Rights Convention held at Steinway Hall. At that time, Steinway Hall was located at 71-73 East 14th Street. …1885 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7352581,-73.9921117

Sybil Ludington Statue Sybil Ludington
Route 52 Carmel NY
(Suffrage)
Sybil Ludington, daughter of Col. Henry Ludington, was a heroine of the American Revolutionary War. She has been celebrated as the female Paul Revere because of her ride through Putnam and Dutchess Counties to warn the militia that British troops were burning Danbury, Connecticuti in 1777. …1777 Statue ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.4234124,-73.6787407

Syracuse City Hall
Market Hall-1845-1897 Syracuse NY
(Suffrage)
Site of third National Women's Rights Convention. WORI First public appearance by Matilda J. Gage. …1852 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0500553,-76.1490948

Talman Building Frederick Douglass
25 E. Main St. Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
From 1847 through 1863 Frederick Douglass had his office and published his newspaper, The North Star, in the Talman Building. … Commercial ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1558602,-77.6117503

The Town Hall
123 West 43rd New York NY
(Suffrage)
The Town Hall was built by The League for Political Education, whose fight for passage of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution led them to commission the building of a meeting space for educational programs, gatherings of activists, and host for controversial speakers. Margaret Sanger, who was arrested and carried off The Town Hall stage on November 13, 1921, for attempting to speak to a mixed-sex audience about contraception. … Public building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7560768,-73.9844448

The Women's Bureau
49 E. 23rd St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
Meeting that resulted in the re-organization of the Equal Rights Assoc. into the The National Women's Suffrage Association. …1869 Apartment House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7405058,-73.9871347

Triangle Shirtwaist Bldg./Asch Bldg.
23-29 Washington Place New York NY
(Suffrage)
Site of both the first large scale strike of women workers in the country and of one of the worst industrial disasters in American history.Overcrowding, poor ventilation and dangerous machinery caused the local union to declare a strike against Triangle, and national labor and feminist figures such as Samuel Gompers and Lillian Wald spoke in support at local rallies. …1911 Building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7300765,-73.9953554

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

Troy Female Academy Emma Hart Willard
285 Pawling Ave. (originally on Second St.) Troy NY
(Suffrage)
Troy Female Academy (now Emma Willard School) was the first endowed educational institution for women, and the best school in the country for girls when ECS attended it, 1830-32. …1821 School ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.71307,-73.6617149

Tubman Grave Harriet Tubman
Fort Hill Cem Auburn NY
(Suffrage)
Harriet Tubman's Grave, stone erected by Empire State Federation of Women's Clubs. "Servant of God, Well Done." …1913 Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.924737,-76.571822

Tubman Home for the Aged Harriet Tubman
180-182 South St. Rd. Auburn NY
(Suffrage)
National Historic Landmark/museum-Tubman as women's rights supporter. …1860-1913 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9115252,-76.5637341

Ulster County Courthouse Sojourner Isabella Truth Bomefree
285 Wall St. Kingston NY
(Suffrage)
She entered this building numerous times in 1827 and 1828 while fighting to recover her son, Peter. Early in 1827, he had been sold and sent to Alabama illegally. The famous abolitionist and women's rights activist, successfully saved her son from slavery by arguing his case here. …1827-1828 Municipal ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.9332373,-74.0200977

Union League Theater
38 E. 37th New York NY
(Suffrage)
Women's Congress organized to discuss social science issues of interest to women, ECS, ABB, etc.-speakers. …1873 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7489557,-73.9803779

Union Springs
Union Springs NY
(Suffrage)
Friends of Woman Suffage secured passage of bill allowing women to vote on all issues regarding taxation-this was submitted to a popular vote in the village and was bill was later signed and passed by Gov. Cleveland. …1884 Town ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.845011,-76.6933935

Union Square
16 Union Square New York NY
(Suffrage)
Formation of the New York City Society. …1870 Public Bldg. ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7358633,-73.9910835

Unitarian Church
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Site of the second Women's Right's convention. Burned 1859. …1848 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1409588,-77.5570189

Unitarian Church Susan B./Amy. Anthony/Post
50 North Plymouth Ave. Rochester NY 14614
(Suffrage)
Susan B. Anthony a member of this church, 1893-1906, and buried from here, 1906 …1906 School/church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1559001,-77.6157112

United Charities Complex
105 E. 22nd St. New York NY
(Suffrage)
This building was intended to provide charitable groups with a central building and lower rent than they would have elsewhere. The original tenants were the Charities Organizations Society, the Association for the Improvement of the Condition of the Poor, the Children's Aid Society, and the New York City Mission and Tract Society; a later and perhaps most important tenant was the National Consumer's League, an influential reform organization which fought for legislation regulating child labor, women's labor, and wages and hours in general. …1893 Public Bldg. ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.739439,-73.9864722

United Church of Warsaw Susan B. Anthony
Corner Routes 19 & 20A Warsaw NY
(Suffrage)
Scene of the first address given by Susan B. Anthony in Warsaw. Her address galvanized the women of Warsaw to organize themselves and begin monthly meetings of the Political Equality club. …1891 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.739792,-78.131978

Universalist Church/Political Equality Club Anthony, Crossett
Rochester NY
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention. …1905 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.1540256,-77.6046254

Utica, NY Francis & Paulina Kellogg Wright [Davis]
Utica NY
(Suffrage)
Marital home, attended Bethel Church …1849 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.100903,-75.232664

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

Valkill Eleanor Roosevelt
Hyde Park NY
(Suffrage)
Home of Eleanor Roosevelt from its construction in 1925 until her death. …1925-63 NPS ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.7632514,-73.9064541

Valley Falls Free Library
42 State Street, Box 296 Valley Falls NY 12207
(Suffrage)
The women of Valley Falls were strong supporters of women’s suffrage, and in the early 1900’s invited Susan B. Anthony, then living in the region, to speak to their Political Equality Society. Ms. Anthony bestowed on the small community not only inspiration, but four volumes of books co-authored with other notables of the movement like Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Further, Anthony lettered lengthy inscriptions in each book. … Books ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6487843,-73.7513863

VanWagenen House Sojourner Isabella Truth Bomefree
Riften NY
(Suffrage)
Where Isabella sought refuge during her first escape from slavery. They were not Quakers, but were against slavery so agreed to help her. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.83138,-74.0369185

Vassar College Lydia, Maria Booth, Mitchell
124 Raymong Avenue Poughkeepsie NY
(Suffrage)
Official website- details its history and mentions Maria Mitchell but no mention found of Lydia Booth …1865 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.686662,-73.894944

Vassar College Observatory Maria Mitchell
Poughkeepsie NY
(Suffrage)
Represents the varied accomplishments of Maria Mitchell, the astronomer, professor and women's education crusader who taught at the observatory from 1865 to 1888. Throughout her life, Mitchell campaigned actively for women's suffrage and fought for women's equality in the patriarchal worlds of academics and science. …1865-1888 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.6882927,-73.8804079

Villa Lewaro Madam C. J. Walker
Fargo Lane and North Broadway (US 9) Irvington-on-Hudson NY
(Suffrage)
Creator of a popular line of African-American hair care products and the woman reputed to be America's first black female millionaire. In 1910, she established a factory in Indianapolis. By 1915, the "Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company" employed over 3,000 people and was the largest black-owned business in the United States. The home was used as a conference center on race relations issues …1915 House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.0431365,-73.8639824

Walker Grave Dr. Mary E. Walker
242 Cemetery Rd Oswego NY
(Suffrage)
Burial place and grave of Dr. Mary Edwards Walker. …1872 Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.425341,-76.550657

Warner House Susan/Anna Warner
West Point NY
(Suffrage)
Home of sisters who were best-selling 19th century authors. Wrote Wide Wide World, Jesus Loves Me. Entertained West Point cadets on Sundays in their home on Constitution Island. Now owned by West Point. …1836-1915. House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.3707435,-74.0127425

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

Wells College Henry W. Wells
Rte. 90 Aurora NY
(Suffrage)
Wells College was one of earliest institutions in the United States to award the baccalaureate degree to women …1868 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.742988,-76.6961515

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

West Chazy Wesleyan Church
Rt. 348 & Academy St. West Chazy NY
(Suffrage)
The Wesleyan Methodist church has a history of supporting the abolition of slavery and later the rights of women. … Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 44.8210256,-73.5069352

White Springs Farm Slosson-Lewis Agnes Beven
4069 Lochland Rd, Route 14 S. Geneva NY
(Suffrage)
President of the Ontario County Woman’s Suffrage Assoc.. After suffrage was granted and the League of Women Voters was formed, Lewis became director of NYS 7th Region of the League. She was also instrumental in organizing the Geneva Woman’s Club upon the demise of the Geneva Political Equality Club in 1917. She acted as president of the Woman’s Club for its first four years. …1898-1930+ House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8296056,-76.9815135

Whitney Museum of American Art Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
Madison Avenue and East 75th street New York NY
(Suffrage)
Official site with full history of Mrs Whitne …1931 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.7395877,-74.0088629

Wiawaka Holiday House Mary Wiltsie Fuller
State Rte 9L Lake George NY
(Suffrage)
Wiawaka is one of the oldest continuously operating retreats for women in America. A progressive activist for women's rights, Mary Wiltsie Fuller, established Wiawaka (the spirit of God in Women) in 1903 to provide affordable vacations for working women who might otherwise be unable to afford such a luxury. …1903 Resort ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.4251798,-73.6943196

Wilgus Opera House
The Commons Ithaca NY
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention State St., site of Rothschilds now The Commons …1894 Music Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.439585,-76.496796

William Smith College for Women
300 Pulteney St. Geneva NY 14456
(Suffrage)
William Smith College was founded in 1908, originally as William Smith College for Women. Its namesake and founder was a wealthy local nurseryman, benefactor of the arts and sciences, and philanthropist. The school arose from negotiations between William Smith, who sought to establish a women's college, and Hobart College President Langdon C. Stewardson, …1908 College ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.8594989,-76.9852746

Willow Lake Margaret Sanger
Fishkill NY
(Suffrage)
Later home of Margaret & husband. American birth control activist, sex educator, and nurse. Established Planned Parenthood. Sanger's efforts contributed to the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case which legalized contraception in the United States. … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 41.5222848,-73.8722161

Women in Baseball Exhibit, National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum All-American Girls Professional Baseball League(1943-1954)
25 Main Street Cooperstown NY 13326
(Suffrage)
Official site of baseball hall of fame. Has pictures and the story of the women's league. …1943-1954 Museum ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.6997009,-74.9232415

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

Women's Union/ Academy Hall Anthony, Shaw, Catt, Twing
Dunkirk NY
(Suffrage)
NY State Women's Rights Convention …1899 Public Hall ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.48063,-79.3361186

Woodlawn Cemetery Catt, Stanton, Hay, et al
Webster Ave. & East 233rd St. Bronx NY
(Suffrage)
Burial place for many Women's Rights Activists … Cemetery ...Search ...Map
GPS: 40.904516,-73.870292

Worden House Lazette Worden
Frederick St. Auburn NY
(Suffrage)
Home of Lazette Worden, sister of Francis Seward … House ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.9286872,-76.553258

Yaddo Katrina Trask
312 Union Avenue   Saratoga Springs NY 12866
(Suffrage)
Founded in 1900 by the financier Spencer Trask and his wife Katrina, herself a poet, Yaddo is an artists' community located on a 400-acre estate in Saratoga Springs, New York. Its mission is to nurture the creative process by providing an opportunity for artists to work without interruption in a supportive environment. …1900 Community ...Search ...Map
GPS: 43.0733108,-73.7616192

YMCA
2500 21st St Troy NY 12180
(Suffrage)
Annual NYS Women's Rights Convention. …1909 Public Building ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.7085533,-73.7048352

YMCA/Central Presbyterian Church Emily Howland
Buffalo NY
(Suffrage)
National American Woman's Rights Convention and celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the first SF convention. Howland gave a talk "The Spirit of 1848". Speeches also by Eliz. Smith Miller, Blatch, Catt, etc. Formation of the National College Women's Equal Suffrage League. …1908 Church ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.896239,-78.8547021

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