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Belhurst Castle & Winery
4069 Route 14 South Geneva NY 14456
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Billsboro Winery
4760 West Lake Road (Rt. 14) Geneva NY 14456
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White Springs Winery
4200 Route 14 South Geneva NY 14456
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Dallywater's Tea Room & Art Gallery
68 Castle Street Geneva NY 14456
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Smith Opera House
82 Seneca Street Geneva NY 14456
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Rose Hill Mansion
Route 96A Geneva NY 14456
(Cultural/Educational/Museum/Gallery/Outdoors/Recreation)
A National Historic Landmark and is considered one of the finest examples of Greek Revival Architecture in the United States. Built in 1839, the mansion has 26 rooms, of which 21 are furnished in the then-popular Empire style. Includes a carriage house (Reception Center), several other outbuildings, and extensive grounds highlighted by a beautiful boxwood garden. Open May thru October. ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: GANECHSTAGE
On White Spring Rd. At The West Limits Of City. Geneva NY
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Ganechstage Site Of Seneca Village And Jesuit Mission For The Indians Established 1687 ...Time Period 1650-1699 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: GLASS FACTORY
On Rte. 14 About 1 1/2 Miles S. Of Geneva Geneva NY
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Glass Factory Bay 1810 - 1850 Ontario Glass Manufactory Blowers Of Window Glass Village Of 500 Inhabitants ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: PREEMPTION LINE
On US 20 & NYS 5 At Western Edge Of The City Geneva NY
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Preemption Line Boundary Drawn Between Massachusetts And New York December 16, 1786 Cause Of Long Controversy In Western New York ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF
On Washington St. Between Pulteney & Main Sts. Geneva NY
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Site Of Geneva Hotel Erected 1796 By Capt. Charles Williamson ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF GENEVA
On US 20, NYS 5 & NYS 14 Between Washington & Hamilton Sts. Geneva NY
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Site Of Geneva Medical College Eliz. Blackwell Received Here In 1849 The First Degree Of Md Ever Conferred Upon A Woman ...Time Period 1800-1849 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF KANADESAGA
On Co. Rd. To Seneca Castle About 1/4 Mile West Of Geneva Geneva NY
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Site Of Kanadesaga Chief Castle Of The Seneca Nation Destroyed Sept. 7, 1779 In Gen. John Sullivan's Raid ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SITE OF LOG HOUSE
On S. Exchange St. South Of Washington St. Geneva NY
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Site Of Log House Erected 1787 Later Known As Elark Jenings Tavern ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: SMITH OBSERVATORY
On Castle St. Between Hillcrest & Highland Aves. Geneva NY
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Smith Observatory World Famous For The Discoveries Of Director Dr. William R. Brooks ...Time Period ...Search ...Map

Historic Marker: TORY QUARTERS
On US 20 & NYS 5 Along Seneca Lake Geneva NY
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Tory Quarters Site Of Military Depot Under Command Of Col. John Butler Destroyed Sept. 1779 In Sullivan Expedition ...Time Period 1750-1799 ...Search ...Map

Rose Hill Mansion National Historic Landmark
3373 Route 96A Geneva NY 14456
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Geneva Historical Society
543 South Main Street Geneva NY 14456
(Museums & Related Organizations)
The Geneva Historical Society operates a museum and two historic houses. The Geneva History Museum has permanent and changing exhibit galleries focused on the history of Geneva, including a children’s Discovery Room and exhibits which explore how the city has changed over the past 300 years. The 1839 Rose Hill Mansion was once part of a working farm, and the house and surrounding grounds are open seasonally for guided tours. Visitors explore the Swan family's life and their interactions with neighbors and the workers required to keep the large house and farm in working order. ...Search ...Map
GPS: 42.862450, -76.982464

Geneva Historical Society – Prouty Chew Museum
543 South Main Street Geneva NY 14456
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Johnston House and Drain Tile Museum
3323 East Lake Rd Geneva NY 14456
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Rose Hill Mansion
3373 Route 96A Geneva NY 14456
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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

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

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

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

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

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

Discover New York State
474 Snell Road Geneva NY 14456
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