Horses for Sale near Philadelphia, MS

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Quarter Horse Mare
this is a very nice filly out of a Johnny Dial (son of Depth Charge) , Tont..
Collinsville, Mississippi
Palomino
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Collinsville, MS
MS
$2,500
Quarter Horse Stallion
grandson of Hollywood Dun It and Solanos Slick Peppy (out of Pepitos Primer..
Collinsville, Mississippi
Red Dun
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Collinsville, MS
MS
$5,000
Quarter Horse Mare
great grand daughter of Peponita and The Escapade. very quick will make a g..
Philadelphia, Mississippi
Bay
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Philadelphia, MS
MS
$650
Quarter Horse Mare
trail horse for sale ties to picket line over night Zan Parr Bar bloodlines..
Philadelphia, Mississippi
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Philadelphia, MS
MS
$2,500
Quarter Horse Mare
6 year old 15 Hands, gentle mare anyone can ride trail ridden ties to picke..
Philadelphia, Mississippi
Buckskin
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Philadelphia, MS
MS
$3,500
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About Philadelphia,MS

Philadelphia is incorporated as a municipality; it was given its current name in 1903, two years before the railroad brought new opportunities and prosperity to the town. The history of the town and its influences- social, political and economic- can be seen in the many points of interest within and beyond the city limits. These range from the large ceremonial Indian mound and cave at Nanih Waiya, built approximately 1700 years ago and sacred to the Choctaw; to the still thriving Williams Brothers Store, a true old-fashioned general store founded in 1907 and featured in National Geographic in 1939 as a source of anything from "needles to horse collars", and still offering everything from bridles, butter and boots to flour, feed and fashion. In the mid-20th century, Mississippi was a battleground of the civil rights movement as, like other states of the South, it had long disfranchised blacks and subjected them to racial segregation and Jim Crow laws. Philadelphia in June 1964 was the scene of the murders of activists James Chaney, a 21-year-old black man from Meridian, Mississippi; Andrew Goodman, a 20-year-old Jewish anthropology student from New York City; and Michael Schwerner, a 24-year-old Jewish CORE organizer and former social worker, also from New York.