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Half Arabian Stallion for Sale in Freeland, MI
Professionally trained, , Lunges very well, as all shots, stands well for ferror, Great for trail riding
About Freeland, MI
The place was home to Native Americans long before the arrival of settlers of European ancestry. In the 1819 Treaty of Saginaw, in which the Chippewa, Ottawa, and Pottawatomi ceded a large portion of land including Saginaw County to the United States federal government. In that treaty, within the ceded territory, several tracts were reserved for specific groups of Chippewa. One such tract, Black Bird's Village, consisted of 6,000 acres (24 km 2) on the Tittabawassee (named as the Tetabawasink river in the text of the treaty), very near to the present location of Freeland. In the 1850s, lumbering outposts developed in the area, one of which was called "Loretta", which was given a post office named "Jay" in April 1856.