Since this is the last day of Women’s History Month, here are a few more historic homes of women to add to your places to travel to list. The National Park Service features three properties that are on the National Register of Historic Places. The website is also filled with other women’s history information.
Marjorie Kinnan’s House and Farmyard is one of them. It’s located in Cross Creek, Florida and is part of the Florida State Park system. Here, Kinnan penned her best seller, The Yearling.
At the Nathan C. Aldrich House and Resthaven Chapel in Mendon, Massachusetts, Catherine Regina Seabury, founder of the Women’s Mutual Improvement Society opened a retreat center for female factory workers of Boston in 1889. She also lived here where worked to enhance the lives of women.
Between 1919 and 1928, Carrie Chapman Catt lived in this house in Briarcliff Manor, New York where she, along with Susan B. Anthony, fought to give women the right to vote.