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Paint Stallion for Sale in Edinboro, PA
Handsome paint , wonderful trail horse, currently in training for western pleasure. Great confirmation, disposition. Sunny could go any direction, fast learner. People and horse freindly.
About Edinboro, PA
The Eriez, Iroquois, and Cornplanter Native tribes were the first known residents of the area that is now known as Edinboro. The tribes called the region Conneauttee, meaning "land of the living snowflake". A man by the name of William Culbertson moved to the area in 1801, building a gristmill near Conneauttee Lake. From 1801 to 1825, the roots of the town were formed when congregations of Presbyterian and Methodist churches begun moving to the area and building houses and churches, some that are still around today. The original resident, William Culbertson, built the first school around 1825.