Central New York Women's Suffrage
The movement for women’s right to vote, along with movements for civil rights for African Americans, formed one of the largest non-violent campaigns for human rights in U.S. history.

Central New York was nationally important for this movement. We all know about Susan B. Anthony, Matilda Joslyn Gage, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Harriet Tubman. But what about the thousands of other suffragists, women and men from all ethnic/racial groups, cultural backgrounds, economic status, and geographic areas? Help us document the whole story!

To commemorate the centennial of legal women’s suffrage in New York State (1917) and the nation (1920), many people in central New York have already done amazing work. This survey will add to current knowledge by identifying historic sites associated with women’s suffrage in ten counties in central New York (Cayuga, Livingston, Monroe, Onondaga, Ontario, Oswego, Seneca, Tompkins, Wayne, and Yates).

What is the name of the site? *
What is the address of the site? Please include county, town, city/village, street, zip code and GPS coordinates (if possible) *
Why is this site important? Please also include the dates of use, if possible. (Up to 500 words). *
Names of individuals associated with the site *
Race/ethnicity/culture of the individuals associated with the site *
Gender and/or sexuality of the individuals associated with the site *
Is the ownership of the site public or private? *
Is this site open to the public? *
Is it a National Historic Landmark? *
Is it National Register Listed? *
Is it part of a historic district? If so, what is the name of the historic district?
Is it a local landmark? *
Does the site have a website? If yes, please include the link.
Please cite sources that show why a) this site is key to the women's suffrage story (for example: newspaper articles, manuscripts) and b) why this is the correct site (for example: maps, deeds and photos). *
If desired, please upload primary sources (for example: newspaper articles, manuscripts) that show why this site is important to the women's suffrage story.
If desired, please upload primary sources (for example: maps, deeds and photos) to show that the current site is the correct site.
If possible, please upload a photo of the site.
What is your name? *
What is your e-mail? *
What is your phone number? *
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