Quarter Horse Stallion
Well broke 10y / old sorrel grade quarter horse 15 hands and stocky. Team
Wallkill, New York
Half Arabian Stallion
This handsome little guy loves people more than his own kind! Pretty head a..
Livingston Manor, New York
Livingston Manor, NY
About Kingston,NY Successive cultures of humans are believed to have been settled on the land that is today Kingston for at least 13,000 years. Before colonization, the two main historic tribes on the land were the Esopus (a band of the larger Lenape tribe, also known as the Delaware) and the Mohican. The Lenape had three major dialect groups and occupied territory along the mid-Atlantic coast extending from Connecticut, through the Lower Hudson River Valley (including the southern parts of Kingston), parts of Pennsylvania, and into New Jersey on both sides of the Delaware River, and in Eastern Delaware. The exact population of the Lenape is unknown but estimated to have been around 10,000 people in 1600. In the Kingston area, the Lenape spoke a dialect called Munsee.
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