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Curious about reform movements of the past? Consider visiting Susan B. Anthony’s National Historic Landmark home to learn about the legendary civil rights leader and her many causes including suffrage, temperance, and abolition and how they connect to today’s issues.

After visiting Susan B. Anthony’s National Historic Landmark home, pick up one of our Susan B. History Hunt cards at the front desk or view on our website and explore the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood and greater Rochester. The History Hunt card encourages participants to get to know their community by visiting historic sites, viewing public art, learning more about historic figures, and visiting local businesses. Compete five of the activities in a row, either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. Have fun exploring and be sure to tag @susanbhouse.

Not local to Rochester, no problem! Visit our website for a digital “Local Edition” of the Susan B. History Hunt card.

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Social Activity, Solo Activity, In Person, Outdoor

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beginner-friendly

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