Elizabeth Cady Stanton [1815-1902] was "an American social activist, abolitionist & leading figure of the early woman's movement. Her Declaration of Sentiments, presented at the first women's rights convention held July 19-20, 1848, in Seneca Falls, New York, is often credited with initiating the first organized woman's rights & woman's suffrage movements in the USA."

Susan B. Anthony [1820-1906] was "a prominent American civil rights leader who played a pivotal role in the 19th century women's rights movement to introduce women's suffrage into the USA. She was co-founder of the first Women's Temperance Movement with Elizabeth Cady Stanton as President. She also co-founded the women's rights journal, 'The Revolution.' She traveled the USA & Europe, averaging 75 to 100 speeches per year. She was one of the important advocates in leading the way for women's rights to be acknowledged and instituted in the American government."

November 12, 1815 - Birth of Elizabeth Cady Stanton [1815-1902], Johnstown, New York (USA). The eighth of 11 children.

February 15, 1820 - Birth of Susan B. Anthony [1820-1906], West Grove, Adams, Massachusetts (USA). She was the second oldest of seven children.

1847 - Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, 32 Washington Street, Seneca Falls, New York (USA). Restored. "Elizabeth Cady Stanton [1815-1902] lived here 15 years. She was 31 years old when she moved here in 1847 with her husband, a lawyer & abolitionist lecturer, & 3 boys." House became part of the Women's Rights National Historic Park in 1980 & subsequently restored.

October 26, 1902 - Death of Elizabeth Cady Stanton [1815-1902], at home, New York City, New York (USA). 18 years before women were granted the right to vote in the USA. Survived by six of her seven children & by seven grandchildren. Interred in Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, New York City.

March 13, 1906 - Death of Susan B. Anthony [1820-1906], at home, 17 Madison Street, Rochester, New York (USA). She was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery. Following her death, the New York State Senate passed a resolution remembering her "unceasing labor, undaunted courage and unselfish devotion to many philanthropic purposes and to the cause of equal political rights for women."

February 15, 1921 - Group Portrait Monument to the pioneers of the women's suffrage movement, Rotunda, US Capitol Building, Washington, DC (USA). Depicts Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B. Anthony. Sculpted by Adelaide Johnson [1859-1955] from an 8-ton block of marble in Carrara (Italy). Copies of individual busts she carved for the Court of Honor of the Woman's Building at the World's Columbian Exposition [Chicago World's Fair] in 1893. A gift from the National Woman's Party (NWP). Unveiled on the 101st anniversary of the birth of Susan B. Anthony [1820-1906] less than seen months after ratification of the 19th Amendment on August 26, 1920.

1926 - Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, Adams, Massachusetts (USA). "The Society of Friends Descendents operated a small museum 1926-1949... Purchased at auction by Carol Crossed in 2006." Restored 2006-2009 & reopened as a museum.

1946 - Susan B. Anthony House, Rochester, New York (USA). Video | Website | National Historic Landmark.

1948 - US stamp commemorating "100 years of progress of women, 1848-1948." Depicts Elizabeth Stanton, Carrie C. Catt & Lucretia Mott.

1965 - Susan B. Anthony House, 17 Madison Street, Rochester, New York (USA). Access to the house is through the Susan B. Anthony Museum entrance at 19 Madison Street. Declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. "Preserves the National Historic Landmark where Susan B. Anthony [] lived for 40 of her most politically active years, collects & exhibits artifacts related to her life & work, & offers programs through its Learning Center that challenge individuals to make a positive difference in their lives & communities."

1980 - Women's Rights National Historic Park, 136 Fall Street, Seneca Falls, New York (USA). Upper left image is visitor center. Upper right is "First Wave" sculpture group by Lloyd Lillie. Lower left is Declaration Park. Lower right image shows remains of Wesleyan Chapel, site of the First Women's Rights Convention on July 19-20, 1848. On the second day, 100 women & men signed the "Declaration of Rights & Sentiments." The sculpture includes statues of 20 people: Mary Ann & Thomas M’Clintock, Lucretia & James Mott, Jane & Richard Hunt, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Frederick Douglass, Martha Wright & 11 anonymous participants representing men & women who attended the convention but did not sign the declaration. Video | Website |

1998 - "When Anthony Met Stanton,", south side of Cayuga & Seneca Canal, near Spring & E. Bayard Streets, Seneca Falls, New York (USA). "Designed by Prof. A.E. Ted Aub III of Hobart & William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. Recreates the historic moment in May 1851 when Amelia Bloomer [1818-1894] (in her progressive & controversial pants) introduced Susan B. Anthony [1820-1906] to Elizabeth Cady Stanton [1815-1902] on a street corner in Seneca Falls (after a lecture by William Lloyd Garrison [1805-1879]). Stanton & Anthony went on to work together for 50 years."

2007 - Susan B. Anthony Childhood House, Battenville, New York (USA). "Built in 1832. It was a childhood home of suffragette Susan B. Anthony. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2007. Susan B. Anthony lived there from age 13 to age 19, from 1833 to 1839. The family moved to there from North Adams, Massachusetts; it departed from there for western New York. The listing includes the house, a retaining wall & a carriage barn. Italianate features were added to the house in 1885. As of 2006, the property is owned by the state; it is controlled by the OPRHP/Saratoga State Park."