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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Saco, ME
Sweet and loveable mare. Definetly a one person horse and needs to bond with that special someone. Has lots of potential but is much more quilified then what i am looking to do. She is a must see. . . I know you will fall in love TO GOOD HOME ONLY
About Saco, ME
This was territory of the Abenaki tribe whose fortified village was located up the Sokokis Trail at Pequawket (now Fryeburg). In July 1607, 500 warriors led by sakmow ( Grand Chief) of the Mi'kmaq First Nations Henri Membertou was revenge for murder and similar acts of hostility. The group raided on the Armouchiquois town, Chouacoet, present-day Saco, killing 20 of their braves, including two of their leaders, Onmechin and Marchin. The township was granted in 1630 by the Plymouth Company to Thomas Lewis and Richard Bonython, and extended 4 miles (6.4 km) along the sea, by 8 miles (13 km) inland. Settled in 1631 as part of Winter Harbor (as Biddeford Pool was first known).