The Seneca Falls convention sparked additional women’s rights meetings in nearby Rochester, New York, as well as Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and other states.
Two years later, in 1850, women travelled from nine states to the National Women’s Rights Convention in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The chapel where the first women’s rights convention was held in 1848 is still standing in Seneca Falls, New York. Nearby are the Women’s Rights National Historic Park and the National Women’s Hall of Fame.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton posed for a picture with Daniel, one of her seven children, when she was 39.
Six years earlier, she had helped organize the first women’s rights convention, in Seneca Falls, New York.