Welcome to The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust

About the Dennis Farm: Video

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Endless Mountains Heritage Region to tour the Dennis Farm

The Dennis Farm is pleased to host the Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) for a private tour of the farm grounds on June 5, 2019. EMHR is one of 12 heritage regions within Pennsylvania’s Heritage Region Program, as designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources.

Museum of the American Revolution

A beautifully carved and signed Revolutionary War powder horn taken from the lifeless body of Gershom Prince, an African American soldier and Dennis family ancestor who was killed in the Battle of Wyoming, the only Revolutionary War battle in Northeast Pennsylvania, is on exhibition at the Museum of the American Revolution for one year.  


In the 1950s Edith A. Dennis (1899-1980), who was also the owner of the Dennis Farm, donated the powder horn to the Wyoming Historical Society and Museum in Wilkes-Barre (now the Luzerne County Historical Society). The Gershom Prince powder horn is on loan to the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia for one year. Denise Dennis spoke about the power horn at a press conference and a special reception at the museum.  


Philly museum has the only surviving relic of its type from a slain African American colonial soldier
Rare powder horn illuminates little-known story of Black soldiers of the Revolutionary War



The Dennis Farm Charitable Land Trust is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization. We appreciate all donations. Your tax-deductible gift will help us meet our goals: to preserve the 200 year-old Dennis Farm and share its extraordinary story, restore the farmhouse to historic specifications, construct an interpretative center to welcome visitors, and develop educational programs.

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