Howland Stone Store Museum

The museum, formerly a cobblestone store built-in 1837 by the family of Emily Howland, displays Howland's contributions (1850-1920) to movements for the abolition of slavery, education, and women's rights, including an original Underground Railroad pass and women's suffrage posters. Autumn & Winter 2020 - Open by appointment. Call 315-303-2145 one day in advance and leave a message with the date/time you wish to visit; they will return the call to confirm.