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Arabian Mare for Sale in Bernville, PA
Rescue: Amira - Whoever owned her sent her to New Holland auction. She was too thin to be allowed through the ring. who would want her? To thin to be purchased for slaughter, too thin to ride, not a good resale prospect. she sat alone and dejected. horrible rain rot all over her body and so hungry! no one wanted her, but we did. What do we see? A gorgeous, proud gray arabian princess. She's gained weight and looks great!
About Bernville, PA
Before European settlers arrived in the Tulpehocken Creek valley, the area was inhabited by the Lenape people. In 1723, thirty-three Palatine families from Schoharie, New York, moved to the confluences of the Tulpehocken and Northkill Creeks. By 1735, a saw and grist mill was located three and a half miles up the Tulpehocken river from Bernville. In 1737, Stephanus Umbenhauer immigrated from Bern, Switzerland, and purchased 220 acres (0.89 km 2) from Thomas Penn. In 1819, Stephanus' grandson, Johann Thomas Umbenhauer, set aside 46 acres (190,000 m 2) to be divided into 62 lots.