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DFCLT Launches Educational Initiative with Drexel University

DFCLT Board member, Wade Catts, Zachary Stockmal and Justin Wu, STAR (Students Tracking Advanced Research in the Penonni Honors College), Glen Muschio, Ph.D., and Denise Dennis, DFCLT President. URBN Center, Drexel University's Westphal School of Media Arts and Design, July 3, 2013. As part of DFCLT’s educational mission, Denise Dennis and Board member Wade Catts met with Glen Muschio, ...

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A Major Step Forward: Historic Dennis Farm House Stabilized

View of south wall of Farm House, under pole barn, looking north. A Major Step Forward: Historic Dennis Farm House Stabilized In September, architect Phil Yocum working closely with contractor, Ark Builders, and structural engineer, Keast and Hood Company, successfully completed the Dennis Farm House Stabilization Project. A major step forward for DFCLT, “the project, Yocum explained, “was undertaken to ...

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Dennis Farm Hosts Inaugural Symposium

Symposium guests walking up Dennis Farm driveway, September 12, 2013 (photo courtesy L. Griffin) “I can’t tell you how good it was for me in spirit and soul to hear your family’s story and walk on ground that you have owned for two centuries…” —Larry Griffin, Beech Interplex, Symposium Guest   Dennis Farm Hosts Inaugural Symposium More than fifty invited ...

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Slide show: DFCLT event at African American Museum in Philadelphia

DFCLT event at African American Museum in Philadelphia   Philly.com: The historic Dennis Farm honored for African-American History Month   Click here to see slide show ---

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1840s Ledger Found

The Ledger: A Treasure Uncovered Pastor Ralph Christianson, President of the Brooklyn (PA) Historical Society, and Denise Dennis look at Legder (1845-1849) from Brooklyn country store. A ledger from a country store in Susquehanna County was found detailing the everyday transactions, giving us a window into everyday life in the 1840s. Three days before Easter Sunday, 2013, I had a ...

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