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Here's a look at the history of a lot located behind Bookbinders restaurant, which was set aside by William Penn's grandson as a camping ground for Native Americans who visited Philadelphia in 1755. Philly may be the only US city to ever set aside a reservation within city limits, but it's unclear whether John Penn actually had the authority to set the land aside in the first place. [Hidden City]