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Paint Stallion for Sale in Engadine, MI
He is a sorrel and white stallion. He has very unqiue spots on him. Treasure is very easy to handle. I keep him in an electic fence with two other horses. He is very friendly. Would make a nice stallion or gelding for someone who has the time to train him. He loads and is good with the farrier. Has homozygous in his pedigree. Both his parents are tobiano so good possiblity he could have the gene.
About Engadine, MI
Although the first white man may have passed through the Naubinway and Engadine area, perhaps as early as 1640, the area's recorded history did not begin until some 200 years later. The first permanent settlers to the area, the William Boucher family, came from Mackinac Island to trade furs with the Ojibway Indians. They built their first house on the "Point" (near the location of the new Naubinway Marina) and remained until approximately 1857. [ citation needed ] It was not until March 10, 1873, that William Boucher received a deed from the federal government to 27.30 acres (110,500 m 2) of land in Naubinway. His deed was signed by President Ulysses S Grant, and under the provisions of the Public Land Act of 1820, he could have paid as little as $1.25 per acre.