Seneca Falls & Waterloo, NY Photos

The focus of the two close towns of Seneca Falls and Waterloo, NY, is the Women's Rights National Historic Park. Women leaders in these two towns drafted some the Declaration of Sentiments and took other actions to secure rights for all American women. The towns have interesting heritage architecture.

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Lock barrier & lift mechanism for canal which runs off Erie Canal to Seneca Lake. Seneca Falls, NY.Lock mechanism for branch of Erie Canal running to Seneca Lake. Seneca Falls, NY.Seneca Falls lock on offshoot of Erie Canal to Seneca Lake. Seneca Falls, NY.Seneca Falls lock on Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor. Seneca Falls, NY.
Lock barrier & lift mechanism for canal which runs off Erie Canal to Seneca Lake. Seneca Falls, NY.Lock mechanism for branch of Erie Canal running to Seneca Lake. Seneca Falls, NY.Seneca Falls lock on offshoot of Erie Canal to Seneca Lake. Seneca Falls, NY.Seneca Falls lock on Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor. Seneca Falls, NY.
Women's Interfaith Institute beside visitor center of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.Structure outlines Wesleyan Chapel, where in 1848, 300 people met to demand rights for women, now part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.First Wave sculpture group by Lloyd Lillie in visitor center of Women's Rights National Historic Park show early rights leaders. Seneca Falls, NY.Elizabeth Cady Stanton house part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.
Women's Interfaith Institute beside visitor center of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.Structure outlines Wesleyan Chapel, where in 1848, 300 people met to demand rights for women, now part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.First Wave sculpture group by Lloyd Lillie in visitor center of Women's Rights National Historic Park show early rights leaders. Seneca Falls, NY.Elizabeth Cady Stanton house (prior to 1847) (32 Washington St.) part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.
Diagonal view of Elizabeth Cady Stanton house at Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.Jane Hunt house part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Waterloo, NY.Mary Ann M'Clintock House where Declaration of Sentiments was drafted, now part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Waterloo, NY.Waterloo Library & Historical Society. Waterloo, NY.
Diagonal view of Elizabeth Cady Stanton house at Women's Rights National Historic Park. Seneca Falls, NY.Jane Hunt house (US20 near Thurber Dr.) part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Waterloo, NY.Mary Ann M'Clintock House (14 E. Williams St.) where Declaration of Sentiments was drafted, now part of Women's Rights National Historic Park. Waterloo, NY.Waterloo Library & Historical Society (1881) (31 E. Williams St.). Waterloo, NY. Style: Queen Anne.
Waterloo Methodist Church. Waterloo, NY.Stained glass of Waterloo Methodist Church. Waterloo, NY.St. Paul's Episcopal Church with hip roof. Waterloo, NY.Spire of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Waterloo, NY.
Waterloo Methodist Church (1895) (21 E. Williams St.). Waterloo, NY. Style: Romanesque Revival.Stained glass of Waterloo Methodist Church. Waterloo, NY.St. Paul's Episcopal Church (1863) (101 E. Williams St.) with hip roof. Waterloo, NY. Style: Gothic Revival.Spire of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Waterloo, NY.
Clock tower & Gothic details of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Waterloo, NY.American Legion Home. Waterloo, NY.Memorial Day Museum. Waterloo, NY.
Clock tower & Gothic details of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Waterloo, NY.American Legion (former Joseph Wright) Home (10 E. Williams St.). Waterloo, NY. Style: Italianate.Memorial Day Museum (c1840) (35 E. Main St.). Waterloo, NY.

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