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Chapter 17-3

Vocab

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Open range a large area of grazing land without fences or other barriers.
Cow town a town or city in a cattle-raising area of western North America.
Joseph McCoy Joseph "Cowboy" McCoy was a 19th-century entrepreneur famous for promoting the transport of Longhorn cattle from Texas to the eastern United States.
Persist continue firmly or obstinately in an opinion or a course of action in spite of difficulty, opposition, or failure.
Stampeede a sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals.
Cattle drive driving a bovine herd (as cows or bulls or steers)
Vaquero ) a cowboy; a cattle driver.
Myth a widely held but false belief or idea.
Cattle kingdom A cattle kingdom is any area in the US that covers western Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, and the Dakotas. During the 1870s and 1880s,
William buffalo bill Cody was an American soldier
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