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Mule Mare for Sale in Stevensville, MT
"FLORENCE" is only a year old - and she's going to be a big one! She'll not only be good single driving or as part of a team, but a lot of our customers are using the percheron mules for dressage, and general trail riding. Big, strong, gentle. We have her full sister born this spring - - "Whopper" - so there you'd have a matched team. Check out more pics on our website: www. montanamules. com
About Stevensville, MT
Through interactions with Iroquois working in the fur trade between 1812 and 1820, the Bitter Root Salish learned about Christianity and Jesuit missionaries (the Blackrobes as they were called) that worked with Native Americans teaching about agriculture, medicine, and religion. Interest in these "blackrobes" grew among the Salish and, in 1831, four young Salish men were dispatched to St. Louis, Missouri to request a priest to return with them to their homeland of present-day Stevensville. The four Salish men were directed to the home and office of William Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) to make their request. At that time Clark was in charge of administering the territory they called home.