What if Amelia Bloomer hadn't introduced Susan B.Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton in Seneca Falls, NY in 1851? An interesting question, about which there are many opinions. This 3-minute video lays out "The Introduction" and how Anthony and Stanton spent the next fifty years working together. Seneca Falls, New York and the upstate Finger Lakes region is considered the "cradle" of the women's rights movement in the United States. Seneca Falls is a year-round travel destination that also includes the National Women's Hall of Fame located there that is raising money for a new location in the town. Those visiting Seneca Falls, NY take note of the statue of Amelia Bloomer introducing Susan B. Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a gift to Seneca Falls, NY by the State of New York during the administration of George Pataki. The statue is entitled, "When Anthony met Stanton" by sculptor A.E. Ted Aub.
Production: Suffrage Wagon News Channel. Zita Jefferson: Piano.
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