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 rights history trail through New York State, to be administered by Women’s Rights National Historical Park. We hope this will include the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse, along with the Anthony House, Seneca Falls sites, Tubman Home, Gage Home, and many, many others!
Thanks so much to all our congressional representatives who supported this, especially to Louise Slaughter (who introduced this bill into the House) and Hillary Clinton (who introduced it in the Senate). Also thanks to all of you who wrote or called your representatives. We are so grateful!
Visit the National Trust for Historic Preservation website.
Read about the passage of the Public Lands Management Act.