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TermDefinition
Open range An area with no fences, it is open
Cow town A settlement at the end of a cattle trail.
Joseph McCoy He was the frets person to make a cowtown
Persist To endure ; to continue in the face of difficulty
Stampede Animals moving in a directions frantically.
Cattle drive The herding and moving of cattle over long distances.
Vaquero A Spanish word for cowboy
Myth Story or legend; imaginary object ; invented story.
Cattle kingdom Region dominated by the cattle industry and it's ranches,trails and cow towns.
William buffalo bill Cody He was a buffalo hunter and he made the first traveling Wild West show.
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