Alice Paul

These were pictures taken on Sunday, October 2, 2011, when the pulpit used by Alice Stokes Paul was dedicated. The plaque placed on the pulpit reads as follows:
From this pulpit in
The First Presbyterian Church of Seneca Falls, NY
ALICE STOKES PAUL
(1885-1977)
woman suffrage leader and author of the Equal Rights Amendment first proposed the ERA on July 21, 1923
at a National Woman’s Party conference celebrating the 75th anniversary of the 1848 Seneca Falls Woman’s Rights Convention.

1923 News Article
Women’s Rights Program
Reflections on Women’s Rights Convention

 This photo was taken on Sept 29, 2019 at the dedication of the Alice Paul Statue by Victoria Guerina

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  1. My name is Kathryn Woods and I am the Service Unit Manager for the Baldwinsville area Girl Scouts. I am also the daughter of the interim pastor at Trinity Episcopal church in Seneca Falls. I will be bringing a group of girls from Baldwinsville (about 150) to Seneca Falls on November 11, 2017 to complete the Suffrage Badge that was unveiled by the New York Girl Scouts and Lt. Governor Hochel. We are using Trinity as our home base and have lots of activities scheduled through out the day that include visits to the museums and the Stanton home. We would love to be able to make your church a stop on our visits since it is an important part of the Alice Paul story. If this is something we could do please let me know. I would love to bring the girls in small groups to view the pulpit.

    Kathryn Woods

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