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Group works to save 1816 Farmington building

JAMES GOODMAN · STAFF WRITER · MAY 24, 2009 This article originally ran in the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. Passers-by might not realize the importance of the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse, which now looks like a barn hit by a … Continue reading

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Anonymous gift, fund raising, and National Register nomination for Alasa Farms

Hello Friends– 1. Fund-raising for Phase I–Stabilization and Enclosure: Yesterday, we received wonderful, fantabulous news! An anonymous donor is giving $10,000 toward our match for the $47,000 we received last year from the National Park Service’s Network to Freedom, to … Continue reading

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Judith Wellman and Helen Kirker meet with Farmington Town Board

Hi Friends–Last night, Helen and I gave a update about our project to the Farmington Town Board. We were very pleased at their kind reception and very appreciative of all their patience over the past three years. We gave the … Continue reading

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a Trustee’s Report to the Macedon Library Board

The First Minutes of the Town of Macedon, dated 1823, have made the transition from the finder, Sally Millick, to Judy Gravino and the Town Board, to the Bullis Room Committee at the MPL, and to the specialist who will … Continue reading

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News article: Where it stands: Farmington Quaker meetinghouse

Judy Wellman and the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Foundation are still pushing forward in hopes that one day, the historic Farmington Quaker meetinghouse on County Road 8 in Farmington will be restored, preserved and moved across the street. Slowly and steadily, … Continue reading

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Public Lands Management Act Signed by President Obama

Please see information about the passage of the Public Lands Management Act. This included the National Women’s Rights History Project Act, which will help identify women’s rights historic sites all over the country and will also set up a women’s … Continue reading

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Letter from Genesee Meeting of Friends printed in National Anti-Slavery Review Aug. 21, 1845

Hello Friends–In case you do not already have this 1845 letter from Friends of Genesee Yearly Meeting, I pass it on. Charles Lenhart discovered and transcribed this from the National Anti-Slavery Standard. It gives a sense of the developing rift … Continue reading

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Truman-Underhill photographic albums digitized

View the digitized Truman-Underhill collection. Visit the Friends Historical Library at Swarthmore College website. Celia Caust-Ellenbogen (Swarthmore College ’09) has digitized the entire collection of Truman-Underhill photographic albums in the collections of Friends Historical Library.* The Truman and Underhill families … Continue reading

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