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04.02.2015 08:36
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<P>The First Cowboys of the Open Range</P>
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<P>One out of every three cowboys chi hair straightener in the late 1800s was the Mexican vaquero, says Kendall Nelson, a photographer from Idaho whose recent book, Gathering Remnants: A Tribute to the Working Cowboy, showcases the few remaining cowboys of the chi hair straighteners West. Nelson is currently working on a documentary of the same title, capping an eight year documentation of the last cowboys.</P>
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<P>The story of Nelson's photos and Costner's Open Range really begins in the Southwest, two decades before the pilgrims landed in 1620 on Plymouth Rock, chi flat iron when adventurous criollos (Spanish born Americans) chi flat iron official website and mestizos (mixed Spanish and Indian settlers) pushed past the Rio Grande River to take advantage of land grants in the kingdom of New Mexico, which included most of the western states.</P>
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<P>"Even the poor Mexican vaqueros were very proud and there were few things they couldn't do from a saddle."</P>
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<P>Caballero is literally translated as "gentleman." The root of the word comes from caballo for "horse." For every caballero there were perhaps dozens of independents true "drivers" of cattle: vaqueros.</P>

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