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Women's History Map of Manhattan
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for celebrating Women’s History Month by encouraging visits to historical sites throughout New York that are important to women’s rights. His office is even promoting an official tour of mostly upstate sites from Seneca Falls, where the first women’s rights convention was held to the National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House in Rochester dedicated to the women’s suffrage leader. But there are plenty of sites to see in New York City. We're sharing this map that the office of former Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer put together.
Researched and written by Pam Elam, former Deputy Chief of Staff at the Manhattan Borough President's Office Edited and categorized by Marci Leveillee, Class of 2010, Barnard College