Women's Rights National Historic Park - Hunt House, United States of America


General Attributes
DOI10.26301/n0py-hx71
Project NameWomen's Rights National Historic Park - Hunt House
CountryUnited States of America
StatusPublished
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Data Type Size Device Name Device Type
LiDAR - TerrestrialN/A GBFaro Focus S350 Phase Based Laser Scanner
Photogrammetry - TerrestrialN/A GBNot availableNot available
Background
Site DescriptionThe Hunt House is a two story red brick residence, adorned with four white Doric columns, a triangular pediment, and portico, built by Richard Hunt in 1829. On July 9, 1848 Jane Hunt hosted a social gathering where Hunt and her guests discussed women’s suffrage. The guests included Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, who helped convince the group to call the first ever women's rights convention in the U.S.
Project DescriptionIn 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 women’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.
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Collection Date2019-10-12 to 2019-10-12
Publication Date2021-04-16
License TypeCC BY-NC-SA
Entities
ContributorsN/A
CollectorsN/A
FundersIron Mountain
PartnersN/A
Site AuthorityNational Park Service
Citation
2021: Women's Rights National Historic Park - Hunt House - LiDAR - Terrestrial , Photogrammetry - Terrestrial . Collected by . Distributed by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/n0py-hx71

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