Posted by: albfor | October 22, 2017

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


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.



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.


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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