Elizabeth Cady Stanton House (Tenafly, New Jersey)

The Elizabeth Cady Stanton House in Tenafly, New Jersey is where Elizabeth Cady Stanton lived from 1868 to 1887, her most active years as a women's rights activist. She had previously lived in Seneca Falls, New York and Boston, Massachusetts.

Her home in Tenafly was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1975.

Her home in Seneca Falls was earlier declared a National Historic Landmark, in 1965.

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