Vaqueros, Cowboys, and Buckaroos

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University of Texas Press, Nov 1, 2001 - Social Science - 296 pages
This comparative look at vaqueros, cowboys, and buckaroos brings the mythical image of the American cowboy into focus and detail and honors the regional and national variations.

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About the author (2001)

The late Lawrence Clayton’s books, articles, and reviews focused largely on the contemporary cowboy and ranch life.

Jim Hoy, of Emporia, Kansas, writes about the folklife of ranching, from the Australian Outback to the Flint Hills of Kansas.

Jerald Underwood, of Uvalde, Texas, is a published authority on the vaquero.

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