This trail is located entirely in Rochester. The Corinthian Hall and Gault Residence sites are unmarked; the rest contain a historical marker, a historic structure, or a work of public art. All can easily be viewed in a day or less.
Rochester was a hub of abolition and woman’s rights (nineteenth-century practice was to use the singular, woman's; later practice was to use the plural, women's) activity; Susan B. Anthony was deeply committed to both causes. Freethought history, too, happened here, especially on the stage of Corinthian Hall.