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Percheron - Horse for Sale in Bath, PA 18014
POWERFUL Grey (White) 18.1, 13 year old Percheron Gelding. Solid and 110%..
Bath, Pennsylvania
Bath, PA

About Lambertville, NJ

Originally settled by the Lenape (Delaware) Native Americans, a 150,000-acre (230 sq mi; 610 km 2) area around Lambertville was acquired for 700 Pounds by the Council of West Jersey and divided into smaller plots. The earliest European settler in present-day Lambertville was John Holcome, who purchased a lot and built a stone home in 1724. Emanuel Coryell bought a property in the area in 1732. He received a charter to operate a ferry connecting what is now Lambertville and New Hope, and opened a tavern and inn to host travelers stopping halfway along the route between New York City and Philadelphia. The settlements on either side of the Delaware River were each called Coryell's Ferry.