Posted by: albfor | October 22, 2017

Oct 5, 2017 The 5th Annual Symposium of the Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust


HISTORY | SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY, PA

HOP BOTTOM, PA. The Dennis Farm. Prince Perkins fought in the American Revolutionary War (1775-83), moved to northeastern Pennsylvania from Connecticut with the original wave of settlement into the region following the American Revolution, married and settled a 153- acre farm in 1793.

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THE DENNIS FARM  |

The farm is still there and his descendants have retained ownership (more than two centuries) of the property to this present day.  Prince Perkins was a free African-American.

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KEYSTONE UNIVERSITY | Docents Rolando Rodriguez, Michael Chernack on call welcoming guest to the Dennis Farm.

FOR A VIEW of the images from this event please select this link or the “Oct 5, 2017 5th Annual Dennis Farm Symposium” album in the right column this photo weblog.


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