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Quarter Horses for Sale in Port Washington, WI
Aqha red dun offspring of "Advantage One" who was 6th place at the AQHA world show in halter. Out of halter point earning mares. Priced to sell with a discount to show homes. Top quality horses with great personalities and gorgeous conformations. Mostly red dun!!! 10 weanlings, 1 yearling and 2 2yr. olds. Call Joel Jacque at 262-268-0798.
About Port Washington, WI
The area that became Port Washington was originally inhabited by the Menominee, Potawatomi, and Sauk Native Americans. In 1679, the French explorers Louis Hennepin and René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle described stopped at the first landing north of the Milwaukee River to procure provisions at a Potawatomi village at the mouth of a small river, which may have been Sauk Creek, a stream that empties into the present-day Port Washington's artificial harbor. The 1830s saw the forced removal of Wisconsin's Native American population, followed by land speculation by merchants and investors. One of these land speculators was General Wooster Harrison, who purchased the land that would become Port Washington in 1835, which he originally named "Wisconsin City." Harrison's wife, Rhoda, died in 1837 and was the first white settler to be buried in the town. The settlement was abandoned that same year.