Livingstons in the Fight for Women’s Rights | Clermont State Historic Site | Lectures & Talks | Chronogram Magazine

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Livingstons in the Fight for Women’s Rights

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While we know little about the feelings of the Livingstons who lived at Clermont about the topic of women’s rights, there were several Livingston descendants who played a major role in the suffrage movement, both in New York State, and nationally. Learn more about Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Elizabeth Smith Miller, and Anne Fitzhugh Miller, and their tireless work for women’s rights. The lecture will be presented by Ashley Hopkins Benton; A Senior Historian and Curator of Social History at the New York State Museum. Space is extremely limited; please register in advance at

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