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Women's Rights National Historical Park [NY]

The Women's Rights National Historical Park is located in Seneca Falls, New York, and marks the site of the first public convention on women's rights. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and four other women called the convention in 1848. The park features a visitor center and is also home to a stop on the Underground Railroad, which is now open to visitors.

The park offers guided tours, exhibits, field trip programs, and special events. The website offers visitor information, historical information regarding the park, a calendar of events, and sample lesson plans and curriculum guides for teachers. In order to contact the park via email, use the "contact us" link located on the left side of the webpage.

 
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