A few stones
Springfield Road, Philadelphia, PA
The oldest African-American-owned cemetery in the United States, it was established June 20, 1902. When other black cemeteries in Philadelphia were condemned by the city in the early 20th century, including the Olive Graveyard, Lebanon Graveyard, and Stephen Smith Home Burial Ground, the bodies were re-interred at Eden.
PHOTO NOTES INSCRIPTION 1 INSCRIPTION 2 VIEW HARMON HARMON VIEW HARMON HARMON VIEW COMMEAN VIEW SEENEY SEENEY VIEW RINGGOLD RINGGOLD VIEW RINGGOLD RINGGOLD VIEW HILL HILL VIEW SOCKUME VIEW VIEW VIEW SCENE -- row of Sockume Harmon Seeney Hill stones VIEW unknown near Harmon stones VIEW MOSLEY MOSLEY VIEW MOSLEY VIEW JACKSON JACKSON
"The History and Genealogy of the
Native American Isolate Communities
of Kent County, Delaware, and
Surrounding Areas on the Delmarva Peninsula
and Southern New Jersey"
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