Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Hazleton, PA

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Tennessee Walking Gelding
15h 9 Yr Old black Tennessee Walker trail horse for sale. This gelding is v..
Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania
Black
Tennessee Walking
Gelding
14
Tunkhannock, PA
PA
Sold
Tennessee Walking Mare
TWH mare registered Old Canal Ellie Registered Tennessee Walking Horse mar..
Bernville, Pennsylvania
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Bernville, PA
PA
$800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
TWH gelding approx 12 yr old and 15 hands. Contact AC4H for age info...
Bernville, Pennsylvania
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bernville, PA
PA
$500
Tennessee Walking Mare
TWH mare registered Old Canal Ellie Registered Tennessee Walking Horse mar..
Bernville, Pennsylvania
Other
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Bernville, PA
PA
$800
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Button's has it all and more, looks, temperpment, height, and gait! He has..
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Bloomsburg, PA
PA
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Cocoa goes english western and bareback bit or hackamore. Loads clips lead..
Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Lenhartsville, PA
PA
$2,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Arianna is a Tennessee walker / Standardbred bay mare. She is 16. 2 hands ..
Northumberland, Pennsylvania
Bay
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Northumberland, PA
PA
$1,000
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About Hazleton,PA

During the height of the American Revolution, in the summer of 1780, British sympathizers (known as Tories) began attacking the outposts of American revolutionaries located along the Susquehanna River in the Wyoming Valley. Because of reports of Tory activity in the region, Captain Daniel Klader and a platoon of 41 men from Northampton County were sent to investigate. They traveled north from the Lehigh Valley along a path known as "Warrior's Trail" (which is present-day Pennsylvania Route 93). This route connects the Lehigh River in Jim Thorpe (formerly known as Mauch Chunk) to the Susquehanna River in Berwick. Captain Klader's men made it as far north as present-day Conyngham, when they were ambushed by Tory militiamen and members of the Seneca tribe.