Women's Rights National Historic Park - Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, United States of America
|Women's Rights National Historic Park - Elizabeth Cady Stanton House
|United States of America
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|Photogrammetry - Terrestrial
|LiDAR - Terrestrial
|Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) was an effective proponent of women's rights for over half a century. She was influential in organizing a women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls in 1848 which is widely viewed as the beginning of the modern feminist movement. After co-writing the Declaration of Sentiments for the convention, she continued as one of the women’s rights movement’s most dynamic orators and philosophers. She lived in this house from 1847 until 1862, before moving to New York City and continuing her civil reform advocacy efforts.
|In October 2019 CyArk traveled to Seneca Falls, New York to document three buildings associated with the Women's Rights National Historic Park. Each site bore witness to important events that were central to the first womenâ€™s rights convention. In collaboration with the National Park Service, CyArk created LiDAR scans with a Faro S350 to document the Wesleyan Chapel, the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, and the Hunt House, helping preserve these important places and the stories that they tell.
|2019-10-12 to 2019-10-12
|2021: Women's Rights National Historic Park - Elizabeth Cady Stanton House - Photogrammetry - Terrestrial , LiDAR - Terrestrial . Collected by . Distributed by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/d8vx-ah49