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Photo 1: The M'Clintock House Today.

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(Women's Rights National Historical Park)

Other people lived in the house at 14 E. Williams Street between 1856 and 1875. For most of the next 100 years it served as the parsonage for the Baptist Church that was built next door, though other people lived there at various times as well. In 1985, the National Park Service purchased the house in order to make it part of the Women's Rights National Historical Park, which includes property in both Waterloo and Seneca Falls.

1. Do you think the appearance of the M'Clintock House indicates that it is a historically important place? Why or why not?

2. Do you think the M'Clintock House should be preserved? Why or why not?

3. Why do you think it took so long to recognize the historical importance of the M'Clintock House?

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