Seneca falls

Take a step back in time and explore the historic town of Seneca Falls. Discover the birthplace of the women's rights movement and learn about the courageous individuals who fought for equality.
Seneca Falls: George Bailey's (It's a Wonderful Life) Bridge - Home in the Finger Lakes Lakes, Oregon, Lake George Village, Lake George, Bedford Falls, Finger Lakes Ny, Oregon Trail, Bridge, Seneca Lake

I wrote this article in the summer of 2013, but because watching It's a Wonderful Life is part of our Christmas tradition and with the upcoming 68th Anniversary Festival of It's a Wonderful Life in Seneca Falls this weekend I wanted to share this again. Table Of ContentsThe Town of Seneca FallsIt's a Wonderful Life The

Home in the Finger Lakes
The Freethought Trail - who knew? In Upstate NY there is a "Freethought Trail" fleshing out the historical contributions of people who questioned religion including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and Amelia Bloomer, memorialized here in a statue Statue, Stanton, South Bank, Stanton House, New York Statue, Washington Street, Anthony, Historical Sites, Elizabeth Cady Stanton

SENECA FALLS, N.Y. (RNS) Settlers transformed West-Central New York into a hotbed of radical social and religious ideas, including Mormonism and Spiritualism. A new Freethought Trail highlights the prominent atheists and agnostics who also called the region home.

Jonica Stevens