Vaqueros: America's First CowmenMaterial type: TextPublication details: New York Henry Holt and Company 2001Description: 117 pISBN:
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The men who rode the mustangs, tended the cattle, and invented all the techniques of cattle raising in America were called vaqueros, and they were the world's first cowboys.