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Miniature Mare for Sale in Marysville, WA
I am looking to purchase a miniature horse for my daughter who is in 4- H. She is desperate to have her own mini that she can train for driving or that has had driving experience. This would be her first one and unfortunately we can only afford up to $500. 00 In the meantime she is using her 4- H leaders Miniatures for driving. Please contact us if you have a mini or know of someone who would be willing to give their miniature a good home. Angela Sargent 360. 659. 9671 alsa***@yahoo. com
About Marysville, WA
Marysville was established in 1872 by government-appointed Indian agent James P. Comeford, an Irish immigrant who had served in the Civil War, and his wife Maria as a trading post on the Tulalip Indian Reservation. The reservation, located to the west of modern-day Marysville, was established by the Point Elliot Treaty of 1855, signed by local Native American tribes and territorial governor Isaac Stevens at modern-day Mukilteo. The treaty's signing opened most of Snohomish County to American settlement and commercial activities, including logging, fishing and trapping. The timber industry was the largest active industry in the area during the 1860s and 1870s, with hillsides in modern-day Marysville cleared by loggers for dairy farms.