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Quarter Horse Mare for Sale in Coshocton, OH
Undeniably A Zip a. k. a. Spring is quiet, easy to handle, and a quick learner. She is an excellent walk\\trot and showmanship horse. She has the potential and the bloodlines to be a great western pleasure horse. She loads, clips, bathes, and ties. She is started but I currently do not have the time to finish her. AQHA Incentive Fund. Zippo Pine Bar Granddaughter.
About Coshocton, OH
Under pressure from European-American colonists, Lenape had moved west across the Appalachians and into Ohio. By the late 1770s, Coshocton had become the principal Lenape (Delaware) village in the Ohio Country. Many Lenape had been forced to cede their lands in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and had migrated to Ohio Country from their traditional territory on the East Coast. In addition, they were under pressure by warfare from the Iroquois pressing down from their traditional base in present-day New York because of competition in the fur trade. Chief Newcomer founded Coshocton, moving his people west from their former principal settlement of Gekelmukpechunk (called Newcomerstown after the chief by the few white traders and settlers there.) Most of the latter's Lenape population of 700 followed Newcomer.