Warmblood Stallion for Sale In Libertyville, IL
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Warmblood Stallion for Sale in Libertyville, IL
Hi there, this is a search for "SWEET DIAMOND" My old Warmblood gelding. I owned him in the early to mid 90's and I believe he was last at Salamander Farms which is the owner of the B. E. T. Paige Johnsons barn. He would probably be in his 20's! I would love to know if anyone has seen him!!!!! Please let me know!
About Libertyville, IL
The land that is now Libertyville was the property of the Illinois River Potawatomi Indians until August 1829, when economic and resource pressures forced the tribe to sell much of their land in northern Illinois to the U.S. government for $12,000 cash, an additional $12,000 in goods, plus an annual delivery of 50 barrels of salt. Pursuant to the treaty, the Potawatomi left their lands by the mid-1830s, and by 1835 the future Libertyville had its first recorded non-indigenous resident, George Vardin. Said to be [ citation needed ] a "well-educated" English immigrant with a wife and a young daughter, Vardin lived in a cabin located where the Cook Park branch of the Cook Memorial Public Library District stands today. Though he apparently moved on to the west that same year, the settlement that grew up around his cabin was initially known as Vardin's Grove.