In 1733 John Harris was bound to mulberry tree on Front Street, to be burned alive by Natives, but saved by Frank “Hercules”
Frank remembered when the Indian smoked his pipe and when the forest covered what is now the site of Harrisburg. He used to say he had ‘turned many a furrow between the Canal and the bridge across the river.’
Eugene DePasquale discussed his black agenda on The Voice 17104.
When questioned about financial reparations for African American descendants of slavery, DePasquale said he supports a politically feasible approach that will improve education, and economic opportunities in lieu of direct cash payments.