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The M'Clintock House: A Home to the Women's Rights Movement

is a curriculum-oriented guide to a home in Waterloo, New York in which several early abolitionists, women's rights advocates, and social reformers lived. The site uses photos and drawings of the house as a beginning point to lead into readings about the First Woman's Rights Convention in nearby Seneca Falls in 1848. (National Park Service, Teaching with Historic Places)

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The M'Clintock House Today.  (Women's Rights National Historical Park)

M'Clintock house today

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U.S. History Topics »  Movements »  Civil Rights
U.S. History Topics »  Movements »  Women's History
U.S. History Topics »  States & Regions »  New York
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