First Unitarian Church of Rochester Tourist attraction in Rochester, United States

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Map gps coordinates: 43.141111, -77.557222
Address: 220 S Winton Rd, Rochester, NY 14610, USA

The church was organized in 1829. Associated with social reform movements from its earliest days, it began attracting a group of reform activists from Quaker backgrounds in the 1840s, one of whom, Susan B. Anthony, became a national leader of the women's suffrage movement.

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