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James and Lydia Canning Fuller House

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Built  1815
Opened  1815
Architectural style  Federal architecture
NRHP Reference #  03000595
Area  3,642 m²
Added to NRHP  3 July 2003
James and Lydia Canning Fuller House
Location  W. Genesee St., Skaneateles, New York
MPS  Freedom Trail, Abolitionism, and African American Life in Central New York MPS
Similar  Rosamond Gifford Zoo, Barclays Center, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Hotel Pennsylvania, Madison Square Garden

The James and Lydia Canning Fuller House in Skaneateles, New York is a historic house, which on three occasions was used as part of the Underground Railway.

James married Lydia Charleton in 1815 in Bristol at the Friends Meeting House. This was the same year as the house was built in 1815.

James Canning Fuller was the secretary of the Skaneateles Anti-Slavery Society in 1838. He was a delegate to the World's Anti-Slavery Convention in 1840 in London.

The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.


James and Lydia Canning Fuller House Wikipedia

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