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Full Cast and Crew. Release Dates. Official Sites. Company Credits. Technical Specs. Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. Cattle and horses were introduced into Spanish Florida in the 16th century,  and flourished throughout the 17th century.
Augustine and markets in Cuba. Raids into Spanish Florida by the Province of Carolina and its Native American allies, which wiped out the native population of Florida, led to the collapse of the Spanish mission and ranching systems.
In the 18th century, Creek , Seminole , and other Indian people moved into the depopulated areas of Florida and started herding the cattle left from the Spanish ranches.
In the 19th century, most tribes in the area were dispossessed of their land and cattle and pushed south or west by white settlers and the United States government.
By the middle of the 19th century white ranchers were running large herds of cattle on the extensive open range of central and southern Florida.
The hides and meat from Florida cattle became such a critical supply item for the Confederacy during the American Civil War that a unit of Cow Cavalry was organized to round up and protect the herds from Union raiders.
The Florida cowhunter or cracker cowboy tradition gradually assimilated to western cowboy tradition during the 20th century although the vaquero tradition has had little influence in Florida.
Texas tick fever and the screw-worm were introduced to Florida in the early 20th century by cattle entering from other states.
These pests forced Florida cattlemen to separate individual animals from their herds at frequent intervals for treatment, which eventually led to the widespread use of lassos.
Florida cowboys continue to use dogs and bullwhips for controlling cattle. The Hawaiian cowboy, the paniolo , is also a direct descendant of the vaquero of California and Mexico.
Paniolo, like cowboys on the mainland of North America, learned their skills from Mexican vaqueros. Captain George Vancouver brought cattle and sheep in as a gift to Kamehameha I , monarch of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
For 10 years, Kamehameha forbade killing of cattle, and imposed the death penalty on anyone who violated his edict. As a result, numbers multiplied astonishingly, and were wreaking havoc throughout the countryside.
By the reign of Kamehameha III the number of wild cattle were becoming a problem, so in he sent an emissary to California, then still a part of Mexico.
He was impressed with the skill of the vaqueros, and invited three to Hawai'i to teach the Hawaiian people how to work cattle. The first horses arrived in Hawai'i in By John Parker, a sailor from New England who settled in the islands, received permission from Kamehameha III to lease royal land near Mauna Kea, where he built a ranch.
The Hawaiian style of ranching originally included capturing wild cattle by driving them into pits dug in the forest floor.
Once tamed somewhat by hunger and thirst, they were hauled out up a steep ramp, and tied by their horns to the horns of a tame, older steer or ox that knew where the paddock with food and water was located.
The industry grew slowly under the reign of Kamehameha's son Liholiho Kamehameha II. Even today, traditional paniolo dress, as well as certain styles of Hawaiian formal attire, reflect the Spanish heritage of the vaquero.
Montauk, New York , on Long Island makes a somewhat debatable claim of having the oldest cattle operation in what today is the United States, having run cattle in the area since European settlers purchased land from the Indian people of the area in On the Eastern Shore of Virginia , the "Salt Water Cowboys" are known for rounding up the feral Chincoteague Ponies from Assateague Island and driving them across Assateague Channel into pens on Chincoteague Island during the annual Pony Penning.
Ranching in Canada has traditionally been dominated by one province, Alberta. The most successful early settlers of the province were the ranchers, who found Alberta's foothills to be ideal for raising cattle.
Most of Alberta's ranchers were English settlers, but cowboys such as John Ware —who brought the first cattle into the province in —were American.
The nearby city of Calgary became the centre of the Canadian cattle industry, earning it the nickname "Cowtown".
The cattle industry is still extremely important to Alberta, and cattle outnumber people in the province. While cattle ranches defined by barbed-wire fences replaced the open range just as they did in the US, the cowboy influence lives on.
Canada's first rodeo, the Raymond Stampede , was established in In , the Calgary Stampede began, and today it is the world's richest cash rodeo.
Each year, Calgary's northern rival Edmonton , Alberta stages the Canadian Finals Rodeo , and dozens of regional rodeos are held through the province.
In Australia , where ranches are known as stations , cowboys are known as stockmen and ringers, jackaroos and jillaroos who also do stockwork are trainee overseers and property managers.
The adaptation of both of these traditions to local needs created a unique Australian tradition, which also was strongly influenced by Australian indigenous people , whose knowledge played a key role in the success of cattle ranching in Australia's climate.
The idea of horse riders who guard herds of cattle, sheep or horses is common wherever wide, open land for grazing exists.
In the French Camargue , riders called " gardians " herd cattle and horses. The herders in the region of Maremma , in Tuscany Italy are called butteri singular: buttero.
The Asturian pastoral population is referred to as Vaqueiros de alzada. On the ranch, the cowboy is responsible for feeding the livestock, branding and earmarking cattle horses also are branded on many ranches , plus tending to animal injuries and other needs.
The working cowboy usually is in charge of a small group or "string" of horses and is required to routinely patrol the rangeland in all weather conditions checking for damaged fences, evidence of predation , water problems, and any other issue of concern.
They also move the livestock to different pasture locations, or herd them into corrals and onto trucks for transport.
In addition, cowboys may do many other jobs, depending on the size of the "outfit" or ranch , the terrain , and the number of livestock.
On a smaller ranch with fewer cowboys—often just family members, cowboys are generalists who perform many all-around tasks; they repair fences, maintain ranch equipment, and perform other odd jobs.
On a very large ranch a "big outfit" , with many employees, cowboys are able to specialize on tasks solely related to cattle and horses.
Cowboys who train horses often specialize in this task only, and some may "Break" or train young horses for more than one ranch.
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics collects no figures for cowboys, so the exact number of working cowboys is unknown. In addition to cowboys working on ranches, in stockyards, and as staff or competitors at rodeos , the category includes farmhands working with other types of livestock sheep , goats , hogs , chickens , etc.
Of those 9, workers, 3, are listed in the subcategory of Spectator sports which includes rodeos, circuses , and theaters needing livestock handlers.
Most cowboy attire, sometimes termed Western wear , grew out of practical need and the environment in which the cowboy worked.
Most items were adapted from the Mexican vaqueros , though sources from other cultures, including Native Americans and Mountain Men contributed.
Many of these items show marked regional variations. Parameters such as hat brim width, or chap length and material were adjusted to accommodate the various environmental conditions encountered by working cowboys.
The traditional means of transport for the cowboy, even in the modern era, is by horseback. Horses can travel over terrain that vehicles cannot access.
Horses, along with mules and burros , also serve as pack animals. The most important horse on the ranch is the everyday working ranch horse that can perform a wide variety of tasks; horses trained to specialize exclusively in one set of skills such as roping or cutting are very rarely used on ranches.
Because the rider often needs to keep one hand free while working cattle, the horse must neck rein and have good cow sense —it must instinctively know how to anticipate and react to cattle.
A good stock horse is on the small side, generally under While a steer roping horse may need to be larger and weigh more in order to hold a heavy adult cow , bull or steer on a rope, a smaller, quick horse is needed for herding activities such as cutting or calf roping.
The horse has to be intelligent, calm under pressure and have a certain degree of 'cow sense" — the ability to anticipate the movement and behavior of cattle.
Many breeds of horse make good stock horses, but the most common today in North America is the American Quarter Horse , which is a horse breed developed primarily in Texas from a combination of Thoroughbred bloodstock crossed on horses of Mustang and other Iberian horse ancestry, with influences from the Arabian horse and horses developed on the east coast, such as the Morgan horse and now- extinct breeds such as the Chickasaw and Virginia Quarter-Miler.
Equipment used to ride a horse is referred to as tack and includes:. The most common motorized vehicle driven in modern ranch work is the pickup truck.
Sturdy and roomy, with a high ground clearance, and often four-wheel drive capability, it has an open box, called a "bed," and can haul supplies from town or over rough trails on the ranch.
It is used to pull stock trailers transporting cattle and livestock from one area to another and to market. Mike McCarthy does not have a timeline on when - or if - changes will be made on his coaching staff.
This week is about meeting with players, coaches and staff for an evaluation. The obvious question is Mike Nolan's status as defensive coordinator of a unit that allowed the most points in team history.
What was Mike McCarthy's message to the Cowboys Monday? I think we did some things during the year that we can build on, but starts today and it's what we do from here to the start of the season that's going to put us in a position to have success,'" Zack Martin said.
Dallas enters an offseason in which it needs plenty of answers, including why the team's coach has had some hiccups managing games. Stephen A, Max and Dan Orlovsky debate if the Eagles were trying to win against Washington, who should fix Adam Gase's mess with the Jets and if the Browns will make noise in the playoffs.
What does the playoff picture look like after Washington won on Sunday night? Here's the final outlook, including wild-card matchups.
If Washington beats Philadelphia, the Cowboys will have the 10th pick in next spring's draft after their finish.
It would their highest pick since when they took Ezekiel Elliott No. They took Tyron Smith at No. If the Eagles win, the Cowboys would pick 11th with Washington at No.
Here are the Dallas Cowboys' opponents for the regular season: Home: Washington Football Team, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Las Vegas Raiders, Arizona Cardinals.
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They typically wore large hats with wide brims to protect them from the sun, boots to help them ride horses and bandanas to guard them from dust.
Some wore chaps on the outsides of their trousers to protect their legs from sharp cactus needles and rocky terrain. When they lived on a ranch, cowboys shared a bunkhouse with each other.
For entertainment, some sang songs, played the guitar or harmonica and wrote poetry. Cowboys were referred to as cowpokes, buckaroos, cowhands and cowpunchers.
Everyday work was difficult and laborious for cowboys. Workdays lasted about 15 hours, and much of that time was spent on a horse or doing other physical labor.
Some cowboys tested their skills against one another by performing in rodeos—competitions that were based on the daily tasks of a cowboy.
Rodeo activities included bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, bareback bronco riding and barrel racing. The first professional rodeo was held in Prescott, Arizona, in Since then, rodeos became—and continue to be—popular entertainment events in the United States, Mexico and elsewhere.
The cowboy lifestyle and culture is still found in certain areas of the United States, albeit to a lesser degree than a century ago. Cowboys continue to help run large ranches in states like Texas, Utah , Kansas , Colorado , Wyoming and Montana.
According to the U. While opportunities may have shifted, the American cowboy is still very much a part of life in the American West.