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Tennessee Walking Mare for Sale in Peru, IN
This mare has only been ridden a few times. We do not have the time to work with her. She has a Smooth gaite. She is a grey roan w / white socks and Blaze. Throws nice color. Have pics of last foal. asking $500 OBO
About Peru, IN
On August 18, 1827, Joseph Holman bought land near the confluence of the Mississinewa and Wabash Rivers from Jean Baptiste "Pechewa" (Wildcat) Drouet de Richardville, the chief of the Miami Indians. The sale was approved on March 3, 1828 by President John Quincy Adams. On March 12, 1829, Holman had the land surveyed and laid out into the town of Miamisport. Peru was founded in 1834 by William N. Hood, who had bought 210 acres of land from Miamisport's founder Joseph Holman five years earlier.