1816 Farmington Quaker Meeting House

160 County Road 8
Farmington, NY 14425

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. Symbolically as well as geographically, it stood at the crossroads of activism for African American rights, women’s rights, and Native American rights. Part of the National Park Services' Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, the 1816 Farmington Quaker Meeting House Museum has a stamp for National Park Service passports.

General Amenities
  • Educational:
Sep 7, 2018

In conjunction with Ganondagan State Historic Site’s exhibit: Hodinöhsö:ni’ Women: From the Time of Creation, Jeanne Shenandaoh, Eel Clan, Onondaga Nation, and historian Sally Roesch Wagner, will... more

Sep 8, 2018

Professor Ann Dexter Gordon, Rutgers and editor Anthon/Stanton papers, will speak on the tensions, strategy and policy regarding women’s suffrage and race. Co-Sponsored by the Wood Library more

Sonnenberg Gardens & Mansion State Historic Park
Sep 16, 2018

Donna Hill Herendeen, Farmington Historian, will moderate discussion with Ontario and Wayne County historians: Wilma Townsend, on suffragists in Victor and overview of participation of rural women;... more

Nov 4, 2018

“Reflections on Martin Luther King’s legacy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.” Rev. William Wilkinson, civil rights leaders, Kit Miller, director, Gandhi Institute for Non-Violence, and... more