Women's Rights
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Chapter One: Historic Setting -- Seneca Falls in 1848

A. Transportation Systems
B. Industry, Commerce, and Labor
C. Community Development and Neighborhoods
D. Stanton House Neighborhood

Chapter Two: The Convention in Wesleyan Chapel

Chapter Three: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Chapter Four: Amelia Bloomer

Chapter Five: The Hunts

Chapter Six: The McClintocks


Selected Bibliography


A. Factory Development in Seneca Falls, c. 1840
B. Owners of Possible Rental Properties in Wesleyan Chapel Area, c. 1851
C. Property Owners on Seneca Street, c. 1851
D. "Report of the Women's Rights Convention - 1848"
E. List of Pastors of the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - 1843-1872
F. Editorial Page of the First Issue of The Lily (omitted from the online edition)
G. "Basis of Religious Association" - Thomas McClintock (omitted from the online edition)
H. Village Plat of Seneca Falls, 1852
I. Plan of Waterloo, 1852
J. Location of Farmsteads of Waterloo Signers of the Declaration of Sentiments
K. Historic Site Map of Waterloo
L. Historic Site Map of Seneca Falls

1. Sackett commercial block, undated 19th century view.
2. List of Trustees of the First Wesleyan Chapel - 1843.
3. List of Subscribers of the First Wesleyan Methodist Chapel - 1843.
4. View of Probable Wesleyan Chapel behind the Arnett Mill - 1856.
5. "Interior of Old Wesleyan Church with Pastor, Superintendent and Teachers of Sabbath School," c. 1858.
6. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and son, c. 1854.
7. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and child, c. 1857.
8. Henry Brewster Stanton.
9. Stanton Home, c. 1880-1890.
10. Amelia Bloomer in the "short dress," c. 1852-1858.
11. Hunt House, 19th century view.
12. Hunt commercial blocks in Waterloo, c. 1867.
13. Jane Master Hunt.
14. Richard P. Hunt.
15. The five women who issued the call for the Convention.
16. McClintock House, c. 1879.
17. Mary Ann, Mary, and Thomas McClintock.

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