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94th Anniversary
Celebration — 08.25.14
Stanton Hometown
Johnstown, NY
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Incorporated in June 2008, the
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Hometown Association

seeks to honor her legacy through community service and sponsoring educational events. Simply put, our organization’s three main goals are:

One, that everyone who grows up in Fulton County learns about the work of   Elizabeth Cady Stanton,
Two, that this organization continue to serve women in a variety ofcapacities,
  just as Elizabeth did throughout her life; and
Three, that Johnstown will become known as the birthplace of women's equality.

Our ultimate goal is to create an information center in Johnstown, complete with artifacts, interactive exhibits, and meeting space. It would be staffed and open regularly for residents and tourists visiting the rich heritage sites here in the Mohawk Valley at the “Gateway to the Adirondacks” and feature the contribution to history of Johnstown’s most renowned and revered daughter, Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

Contact Us at:
info@elizabethcadystantonhometown.org


Elizabeth Cady Stanton Hometown Association
P.O. Box 753
Johnstown, NY 12095-0753

© 2014


 
 


S A V E  T H E  D A T E

Monday, August 25, 2014
94th Women's Equality Day

Join us to celebrate the 94th Annual Women's Equality Day and our 2014 Woman of Distinction honoree at a garden party.
601 South William St., Johnstown
6PM - 8PM


N E W S

EQUALITY DAY 2014
August 26 marks the 94th Amendment according American women voting rights.

OUR STRENGTH IS OUR HISTORY
January 24, 2015

(Snow Date January 31, 2015)
JOHNSTOWN COMMUNITY CENTER
2 Prindle Avenue, Johnstown

9:00AM - 1:00PM
Each month in 2015, a special event will
honor the legacy of Elizabeth Cady Stanton in celebration of her 200th birthday. Join the Girl Scouts and the ECSWC for a History Lesson featuring guest speakers. For more details,
CLICK HERE.


W O M E N ' S  H I S T O R Y

ECS ONLINE LESSON PLANS
AVAILABLE FOR FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE TEACHERS
ECSHA is grateful to Stewart's Shops for awarding a grant to create online lesson plans that focus on Elizabeth Cady Stanton's role in the suffrage movement. Mrs. Stanton's great-great granddaughter, Coline Jenkins, narrates the story. CLICK HERE.


V I S I T I N G  
J O H N S T O W N

ECSHA created two ways to learn about local women's history:

"WALK IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ELIZABETH CADY STANTON"
CELL PHONE TOUR
Enjoy a one-hour, one-mile cell phone tour that includes directions for ten narrated stops in Johnstown.
CLICK HERE for the flyer.

"REFLECTIONS COLLECTION"
BERKSHIRE BANK LOBBY
Corner Main & Market Sts., Johnstown

(Site of the Cady family residence)
View displays about the Cady family.

W O M E N    M A K I N G  
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   D I F F E R E N C E

ECSHA Member Feature
Living History Presenter Sue McLane
Sue McLane, known as "The Victorian Lady," offers a variety of educational talks for audiences of children and adults.
CLICK HERE.

 

Contact Us at:
info@elizabethcadystantonhometown.org


Elizabeth Cady Stanton Hometown Association
P.O. Box 753
Johnstown, NY 12095-0753

© 2014