The Chincoteague Ponies of Assateague Island, VA

Chincoteague, a small island community on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, historically made its living from the sea. It has long been world-famous for its oysters. In 1947, Marguerite Henry's book Misty of Chincoteague brought the tradition of island pony penning to the attention of children all over the world. Learn about the famous herd of ponies and the history and culture of Chincoteague island More
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Bonnie U. Gruenberg, MSN, CNM, CRNP, is a practicing midwife, photographer, artist, avid horsewoman, and author of ground-breaking books, including The Wild Horse Dilemma: Conflicts and Controversies of the Atlantic Coast herds (2015), Hoofprints in the Sand (2002), Essentials of Prehospital Maternity Care(2005), and Birth Emergency Skills Training (2008). She has been studying and writing about the wild horses of the Atlantic Coast since 1994. She practices midwifery at a free-standing birth center in Lancaster County, PA.

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