American History

New Hall of Fame Home

in Seneca Falls, New York, has moved into a spacious new setting. Previously housed in a historic bank facing Wesley Chapel in Women’s Rights National Historical Park, where activists gathered for the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention, the Hall of Fame now resides in a new $10 million center. The facility occupies a renovated mill a stroll across the Seneca River from the park. The Seneca Knitting Mill, built in 1844 and in operation until 1999, is being renovated. The first floor will).

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