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Quarter Horse Stallion for Sale in Grand Ronde, OR
Sparks is well broke to ride, great trail horse. Almost anybody can ride from adults to kids. He loads, is good with his feet, and is sound with no vices. Sparks has never bucked, bitten, or kicked. Will only let go to a home with Barn and pasture to roam. If you are that person please give us a holler.
About Grand Ronde, OR
On January 4, 1855, a treaty between the various bands of Kalapuyans and Oregon Superintendent of Indian Affairs Joel Palmer was effected, calling for the various bands to remove to a reservation to be established by the government. For this purpose the Grand Ronde Indian Reservation was opened on June 30, 1857, covering 60,000 acres in northwest Polk and southwest Yamhill counties. A census conducted in 1870 reported only 47 Yamels and 36 Luckiamutes on the reservation; in 1910 the Yamels numbered five, the Luckiamutes, eight. By the end of the historic period the Kalapuyan people no longer existed as a distinct cultural-racial entity. According to a Cultural Resources Report from the Oregon Department of transportation, [ citation needed ] the town of Grand Ronde began as "New Grand Ronde" in about 1908 when the first large groups of Indians were leaving the Reservation and establishing their own farms and ranches under the Dawes Act.