By Jeff Savage
James McCauley stood watch over his herd of livestock within the dead night darkness. typhoon clouds plastered the sky. all of sudden, a clap of thunder stirred the farm animals. worried via the loud sound, the livestock have been off and operating. Stampede! McCauley's horse bought jittery, and took him in each path. McCauley used to be misplaced! The lifetime of a cowboy within the Wild West used to be tricky. From branding farm animals to farm animals drives, a cowboy labored tough. writer Jeff Savage takes a firsthand examine the lives of yankee cowboys, from rounding up farm animals to the tip of a protracted force.
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Civil War—The war fought between the northern states (the Union) and southern states (the Confederacy) from 1861 to 1865. Many cowboys were veterans of the Civil War. cowboys—The men and women who worked on cattle ranches in the West, particularly those who participated in the long drives. cow town—Usually a town at the end of a cattle trail, where the herds were sold and packed into freight cars to be sent east. drag riders—These cowboys followed the herds, protecting the rear and chasing after strays.
American Cowboys. True Tales of the Wild West by Jeff Savage