There they had the honor of entertaining the visiting poet and anti-slavery lecturer Frances Ellen Watkins Harper.
Watkins Harper was an Underground Railroad agent at her home in Philadelphia. She visited Pennsdale in It is built into hillside, hence many stairs and levels that hid a cubby hole in the attic with a sliding panel where it is believed slaves were hidden.
One occupant was John Adlum, who was a friend of Thomas Jefferson. The farm belonged to the Adlum family for 50 years during the time of slavery.
John Adlum was not a known abolitionist, but some people speculate that the house may have harbored runaways because Adlum's sisters were friends with the Ellis family. There is a secret door in the wall of the attic that le to a large crawl Married women Bowler Wisconsin ill and a tunnel in the cellar that is said to have once gone to a milk house behind the barn.
The main house was built in It was the home of John and Louisa Warner for many years, and their children were raised.
Their daughter Mary married William Schooley Mendenhall, related to Underground Railroad agents in southeastern PA, and the couple lived in the house throughout the rest of slavery times. Accordingly, the stone building called "The Cottage" was built on the Woman looking to fuck Elizabethtown of land known as Mt.
Equity, across the fields from Wolf Run House.
Mercy lived there, raised her children, and entertained travelers until her death in Her son, Charles Ellis, who developed the science of pharmacy, added the Adult searching casual encounter Huntsville front portion in The house was enlarged again by the family in