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NHL Dedication

Read First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks at the NHL dedication on July 15, 1998


On July 15, 1998, First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton dedicated the Kate Mullany House as a National Historic Landmark

Courtesy of the Times Union

KMNHS Legislation

Legislation designating the Kate Mullany House a National Historic Site was signed into law on December 3, 2004. Read the law and testimony of Senator Clinton, Congressman McNulty, Rachel Bliven, and the National Park Service (NPS).

National Womens Hall of Fame

medalKate Mullany was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, New York, in 2000.  

Read her entry here .

Kate Mullany Grave Site

View the 12 foot Celtic Cross erected at Kate Mullany's grave site in 1999.

grave On September 8, 1999, members of the labor movement and community dedicated a Celtic Cross at Kate Mullany’s grave site at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Troy.

NYS Women's Heritage Trail

parksIn 2006, the Kate Mullany National Historic Site was included in the new New York State Women’s Heritage Trail.

Link and Sites

Women's Heritage Trail: State Link