The 1816 Farmington Meetinghouse

As the site of Genesee Yearly Meeting of Friends, the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse was a national crucible for major reform movements in the nineteenth century.

It stood at the crossroads, symbolically as well as geographically, of activism for African American rights, women’s rights, and Native American rights.

When a windstorm blew the east wall of the Meetinghouse off in February 2006 a grassroots coalition of concerned citizens organized to preserve and restore this important piece of American history.

Under the auspices of the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Foundation of Seneca Falls the coalition acquired the Meetinghouse and reached out locally and nationally to acquire the expertise and financing to restore and preserve the Meetinghouse.

Now, through the generosity, dedication and efforts of many groups and individuals the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse has been stabilized and moved to its new site across the road. It is on the path to restoration for its 200th anniversary in 2016.

You can be part of this historic restoration by contributing to the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse. All contributions are welcome. Contact us to learn how you can become part of the Meetinghouse restoration.

Donations may be sent to the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meetinghouse, P.O. Box 25053, Farmington, New York 14425 or donated on Visa or MasterCard through this website ».

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