Spencer Tulis / Finger Lakes Times
Rosa Rios, the treasurer of the United States, came to town Monday to talk at the Weslyan Chapel in Seneca Falls about putting a woman on the $10 bill. The Wesleyan Chapel was the site of the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention. About 150 people attended and were able to submit questions to answer for Rios. Pauline Copes-Johnson, Harriet Tubman’s great-grandniece appeared at the event.