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Quarter Horse Stallion at Stud in Adams, TN
halter shown arha, western pleasure trained, reining prospect, working cow prospect, trail prospect. great disp. ezc. conf. introducing for 2006 breeding season, 300. 00 plus mare care to limited mares. has agouti gene A and Ee gene
About Adams, TN
The first settlers in what is now Adams arrived in the late 18th century. The Red River Baptist Church, one of the first churches founded west of the Cumberland Plateau, was built on the banks of the Red River in 1791. The congregation relocated to its current location on Church Street in 1898. Adams developed in the late 1850s as a station on the Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad (later part of the L&N system). Most of the city's early buildings were destroyed during the Civil War.