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cities that sprang up overnight boomtowns
people who claimed land in the southwest Mexicanos
industry using long drives cattle
influenced the styles of cowhands in the West Spanish horsemen
Spanish cowboys vaqueros
moved to the Great Plains and fenced their lands with barbed wire settlers
more and more of these people settled in the Southwest, reducing the power of the Mexicanos Anglos
cowhands that had been born in slavery, but came west at the end of Reconstruction African-Americans
African Americans who served in the US Army in the West Buffalo Soldiers
vigilante person who takes the law into his or her own hands
Created by: Freshmensphs