Tennessee Walking Horses for Sale near Sunbury, PA

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Tennessee Walking Mare
Oldtime Strawberry Roan, Registered Tennessee Walking Horse, Rides and Driv..
Spring Mills, Pennsylvania
Other
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Spring Mills, PA
PA
$3,500
Tennessee Walking Mare
Two year old Filly. Walker / Quarter Cross. This filly has a sweet face...
Port Trevorton, Pennsylvania
Black
Tennessee Walking
Mare
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Port Trevorton, PA
PA
$400
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 Stallion
Yearling colt. Can be double registered. TWHBEA & IPWHR. Imprinted from ..
Port Trevorton, Pennsylvania
Black
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Port Trevorton, PA
PA
$800
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 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
Tennessee Walking Stallion
Sequoia throws color. He is registered as a golden palomino. In the spring..
Halifax, Pennsylvania
Palomino
Tennessee Walking
Stallion
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Halifax, PA
PA
$250
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About Sunbury,PA

The first human settlement of Sunbury was probably Shawnee migrants. A large population of Delaware Indians was also forcibly resettled there in the early 18th century after they lost rights to their land in the Walking Purchase. Canasatego of the Six Nations, enforcing the Walking Purchase of behalf of George Thomas, Deputy Governor of Pennsylvania, ordered the Delaware Indians to go to two places on the Susquehanna River, one of which was present-day Sunbury. From 1727 to 1756, Sunbury was one of the largest and most influential Indian settlements in Pennsylvania. At that time, it was known as Shamokin, not to be confused with the present-day city of Shamokin, Pennsylvania, which is located to the east.