for Sale Mare
4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Racking Mare for Sale in Ephrata, PA
Mare rakin Horse very good shape do not Accept checks eye un this Page want yo paid in fake checks with my horses i negotiate in person so It dont hace any inconvenientes i sale my horses in cash like when i buy them i good to the place where is the Horse n if i like It i paid It cash the mare is apalusa
About Ephrata, PA
Ephrata is noteworthy for having been the former seat of the Mystic Order of the Solitary, a semimonastic order of Seventh-Day Dunkers. The community, which contained both men and women, was founded by Johann Conrad Beissel in 1732. Many of the members were well-educated; Peter Miller, second prior of the monastery, translated the Declaration of Independence into seven languages, at the request of Congress. At the period of its greatest prosperity the community contained nearly 300 persons. The Ephrata Commercial Historic District, Ephrata Cloister, Eby Shoe Corporation buildings, Connell Mansion, Mentzer Building, and Mountain Springs Hotel are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.