Posted by: albfor | February 27, 2013

Feb 26, 2013 The historic Dennis Farm and The Marcellus Shale Coalition


TUESDAY.   The Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC), in partnership with its member Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, hosted an African-American History Month event honoring the historic Dennis Farm at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.


MSC, Cabot Oil and Gas Hosts  African American History Month

To view the “Best Of The Best Images” from this event select’s new section on local events here’s the link: PHILLY.COM/OUT AND ABOUT  section.  It would be greatly appreciated if you would interact with the column; post a comment, tag, refer, fb, twitter, etc.

Situated in the Endless Mountains of Susquehanna County, the Dennis Farm is a unique historic site and environmental resource for Pennsylvania and beyond. The 153-acre farm, purchased in 1793 by Prince Perkins, a free African American, has for over 200 years and 7 generations been owned and preserved by the Dennis Family. It affords a stunning glimpse into not only the lives of free African Americans over the last two centuries, but also of the agricultural legacy of the region. Natural gas industry executives, state and local elected officials and other regional community leaders were in attendance.


  1. […] 30 minutes away from Montrose is a 153 acre farm called the Dennis Farm, purchased in 1793 by Prince Perkins, a free African American, has for over 200 years and 7 […]


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