Harriet May Mills Harriet May Mills, born in Syracuse, NY in 1857, was a prominent leader in the struggle for political equality for women, both in New York State, where she helped to build one of the largest suffrage organizations in the country; and nationally. A tireless traveler and public speaker in support of the enfranchisement of women, she traveled and organized all over New York State, and was called to help lead suffrage campaigns in California, Michigan, Ohio and other states. She testified before Congress and frequently addressed national suffrage conventions. Both a gifted speaker and an effective organizer Mills was a friend and respected associate of the leading suffragists of the day - Lucy Stone, Susan B. Anthony, Carrie Chapman Catt and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
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Harriet May Mills House Located at 1074 West Genesee Street, in Syracuse, NY, the Mills House is a significant historic structure. For nearly eighty years, this was the home of Syracuse suffragist and political activist, Harriet May Mills. A NYS historical marker has been placed in front of the building commemorating some of her significant achievements. While Harriet May Mills was the most widely known of her family, the house also served as the Syracuse Home of her parents, prominent social reformers Harriet Ann and Charles DeBerard Mills, and Harriet May Mills' brother, physician William Hough Mills. Dr. Mills maintained his medical practice in the home. { ...Read More }

The Historic Mills House
1074 West Genesee Street
Syracuse, NY

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