An historic New York State center for women's rights, Native American rights, and abolitionism and the Underground Railroad.
1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse
We, the undersigned citizens of central New York, heartily endorse the efforts to obtain funding to stabilize and restore the 1816 Farmington Quaker meetinghouse for use as an interpretive center for the nationally important history of women’s rights, Quakers and Native Americans, and the Underground Railroad in the Town of Farmington, Ontario County, for reasons outlined in the attached resolution:
Name Address Email (if available)
Please return to:
Helen Kirker (2146 Buffalo Street, Stanley, New York 14561) or
Judith Wellman (2 Harris Hill Road, Fulton, New York 13069)