New York Cultural Heritage Tourism Network
Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark
Henry Highland Garnet wrote to Frederick Douglas that there were "Two places where slaveholders cannot go: Heaven and Peterboro." Peterboro was a haven for the fugitives, and also a support center for the "Who's Who" list of national reformers. Imagine who stood on each of the two hundred year old brick's in Smith's Land Office. Elizabeth Cady met Henry Stanton here. Elizabeth Smith Miller created bloomers in Peterboro. ...visit us for more.
Gerrit Smith Estate National Historic Landmark
Welcome ...we focus on adding some history to your vacations!

New York offers a wide range of historical interest, some of these areas include:
• Art Museums, Galleries, Theatre, Arts & Crafts
• Erie Canalway Heritage
• Native American Culture
• Heritage Museums, Sites, Markers & Religious Revitalization
• Underground Railroad & Abolition
• Women's Rights & Heritage
• Agriculture - Food & Farms
• Tourism Related Venues

June 7th, 2017 Conference Moving Forward!
Programming Events, Historic Preservation and an Enthusiastic Volunteer Base! ...more>>

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, November 4, 2017 New York Women’s Suffrage Centennial Conference ...more>>

The History of Woman Suffrage in New York
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