The home of the women’s movement is in Seneca Falls, NY, right on the Erie Canal. We took a short side trip to the small national park there. Actually, I thought it was all a bit sad. The museum is out of date, with statistics that end in the early 90s, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s house has had little done to it even though it was acquired over 30 years ago. The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (home of the first U.S. women’s rights convention) has been rebuilt, but is essentially an empty shell. Perhaps it will take a woman in the White House to make this right.