Susan B. Anthony House17 Madison Street
Rochester, NY 14056
This Victorian home was the headquarters for the historic women's suffrage movement and the scene of Susan B. Anthony's infamous arrest in 1872 for voting. The house, now a National Historic Landmark, functions as a museum with exhibits tracing the suffrage movement. It is part of the nine-block Susan B. Anthony Square, which is recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, an intact middle class neighborhood from the Victorian era of the 19th Century.
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