JOIN US for a three-day tour of historic sites relating to Quakers and movements for equality (for Native Americans, African Americans, and women) in upstate New York!
Celebrate the 200th anniversary of the 1816 Quaker Meetinghouse in Farmington, New York!
The tour will include:
- Rochester home of Susan B. Anthony, 19th century women’s rights leader
- 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse, a center of national movements for equal rights
- M’Clintock House, home of Thomas M’Clintock (clerk of Genesee Yearly Meeting of Friends), Mary Ann M’Clintock, and their five children, where the Declaration of Sentiments was written in 1848
- Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, site of the first women’s rights convention, where Quakers made up the largest single religious group
- Seward House, home of William H. Seward, Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, and Frances Seward, Quaker abolitionist and women’s rights supporter
- Auburn home of Harriet Tubman, the “Moses of her People” and a major underground railroad agent
- Howland Stone Store, operated by Slocum Howland, Quaker and underground railroad agent
- North Street Meetinghouse, 1834, Orthodox Meetinghouse and major center of reform movements.Locations in Farmington and Sherwood were so important for reform movements that they are listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Farmington Quaker Crossroads Historic District and the Sherwood Equal Rights Historic District.Tour participants will eat dinner Friday evening with Farmington Friends Meeting and have meeting for worship and lunch Sunday with Friends at Poplar Ridge. Costs include bus transportation, housing, several meals, and entrance fees. A tour bus will leave Plymouth Meeting Mall (Plymouth Meeting, PA) 8:00 a.m. on Friday, May 20 and return there by 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 22. Participants are also welcome to join the tour in New York.
Please complete the registration form and send it with your deposit check by February 29 to: Friends Historical Association, Haverford College Library, 370 Lancaster Ave, Haverford PA 19041-1392.
More information: Contact FHA or phone Thomas Swain at (610) 765-1211 or Allen Reeder at (215) 657-8928