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I'm going home for two weeks and I'm coming right back. I'm going to be here training all the way through February, March and April.
That's just what it is. I'm already looking forward to it. I'm on a mission, and I think all the guys should be too. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones acknowledged that the team's going this season and without Dak Prescott gives the quarterback plenty of leverage in contract negotiations.
From what I see and where I am, I am very confident we are going to get that worked out. My conversation with Dak is always very positive and always with the focus on what the future holds and what we are going to do on offense, the team and his leadership.
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.
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Live TV. This Day In History. HISTORY Podcasts. History at Home. Shows This Day In History Schedule Topics Stories. Vaqueros In , shortly after the Spanish arrived in the Americas, they began to build ranches to raise cattle and other livestock.
Open Range vs. Barbed Wire By the time the Civil War ended in , the Union Army had largely used up the supply of beef in the North, increasing the demand for beef.
Cowboy Life Cowboys were mostly young men who needed cash. Prior to the midth century, most ranchers primarily raised cattle for their own needs and to sell surplus meat and hides locally.
There was also a limited market for hides, horns, hooves, and tallow in assorted manufacturing processes. With the expansion of the meat packing industry , the demand for beef increased significantly.
The first large-scale effort to drive cattle from Texas to the nearest railhead for shipment to Chicago occurred in , when many Texas ranchers banded together to drive their cattle to the closest point that railroad tracks reached, which at that time was in Sedalia, Missouri.
However, farmers in eastern Kansas, afraid that Longhorns would transmit cattle fever to local animals as well as trample crops, formed groups that threatened to beat or shoot cattlemen found on their lands.
Therefore, the drive failed to reach the railroad, and the cattle herds were sold for low prices. It ran through present-day Oklahoma , which then was Indian Territory.
Later, other trails forked off to different railheads, including those at Dodge City and Wichita, Kansas. Cattle drives had to strike a balance between speed and the weight of the cattle.
Usually they were taken shorter distances each day, allowed periods to rest and graze both at midday and at night.
Such a pace meant that it would take as long as two months to travel from a home ranch to a railhead. On average, a single herd of cattle on a drive numbered about 3, head.
To herd the cattle, a crew of at least 10 cowboys was needed, with three horses per cowboy. Cowboys worked in shifts to watch the cattle 24 hours a day, herding them in the proper direction in the daytime and watching them at night to prevent stampedes and deter theft.
The crew also included a cook, who drove a chuck wagon , usually pulled by oxen , and a horse wrangler to take charge of the remuda , or herd of spare horses.
The wrangler on a cattle drive was often a very young cowboy or one of lower social status, but the cook was a particularly well-respected member of the crew, as not only was he in charge of the food, he also was in charge of medical supplies and had a working knowledge of practical medicine.
Barbed wire , an innovation of the s, allowed cattle to be confined to designated areas to prevent overgrazing of the range.
In Texas and surrounding areas, increased population required ranchers to fence off their individual lands. Hence, the age of the open range was gone and large cattle drives were over.
Meanwhile, ranches multiplied all over the developing West, keeping cowboy employment high, if still low-paid, but also somewhat more settled.
American cowboys were drawn from multiple sources. By the late s, following the American Civil War and the expansion of the cattle industry, former soldiers from both the Union and Confederacy came west, seeking work, as did large numbers of restless white men in general.
Today, some Native Americans in the western United States own cattle and small ranches, and many are still employed as cowboys, especially on ranches located near Indian reservations.
The "Indian Cowboy" is also part of the rodeo circuit. Because cowboys ranked low in the social structure of the period, there are no firm figures on the actual proportion of various races.
One writer states that cowboys were " Regardless of ethnicity, most cowboys came from lower social classes and the pay was poor.
The average cowboy earned approximately a dollar a day, plus food, and, when near the home ranch, a bed in the bunkhouse , usually a barracks -like building with a single open room.
Over time, the cowboys of the American West developed a personal culture of their own, a blend of frontier and Victorian values that even retained vestiges of chivalry.
Such hazardous work in isolated conditions also bred a tradition of self-dependence and individualism , with great value put on personal honesty, exemplified in songs and poetry.
However, some men were also drawn to the frontier because they were attracted to men. Though anti-sodomy laws were common in the Old West, they often were only selectively enforced.
The traditions of the working cowboy were further etched into the minds of the general public with the development of Wild West Shows in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which showcased and romanticized the life of both cowboys and Native Americans.
In some cases, the cowboy and the violent gunslinger are often associated with one another. On the other hand, some actors who portrayed cowboys promoted positive values, such as the "cowboy code" of Gene Autry , that encouraged honorable behavior, respect and patriotism.
DeArment draws a connection between the popularized Western code and the stereotypical rowdy cowboy image to that of the "subculture of violence" of drovers in Old West Texas, that was influenced itself by the Southern code duello.
Likewise, cowboys in movies were often shown fighting with American Indians. However most armed conflicts occurred between Native people and cavalry units of the U.
Relations between cowboys and Native Americans were varied but generally not particularly friendly. In the s, for example, the Comanche created problems in Western Texas.
In reality, working ranch hands past and present had very little time for anything other than the constant, hard work involved in maintaining a ranch.
The history of women in the west, and women who worked on cattle ranches in particular, is not as well documented as that of men.
However, institutions such as the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame have made significant efforts in recent years to gather and document the contributions of women.
There are few records mentioning girls or women working to drive cattle up the cattle trails of the Old West. However women did considerable ranch work, and in some cases especially when the men went to war or on long cattle drives ran them.
There is little doubt that women, particularly the wives and daughters of men who owned small ranches and could not afford to hire large numbers of outside laborers, worked side by side with men and thus needed to ride horses and be able to perform related tasks.
The largely undocumented contributions of women to the west were acknowledged in law; the western states led the United States in granting women the right to vote, beginning with Wyoming in While impractical for everyday work, the sidesaddle was a tool that gave women the ability to ride horses in "respectable" public settings instead of being left on foot or confined to horse-drawn vehicles.
Following the Civil War , Charles Goodnight modified the traditional English sidesaddle, creating a western-styled design. The traditional charras of Mexico preserve a similar tradition and ride sidesaddles today in charreada exhibitions on both sides of the border.
It wasn't until the advent of Wild West Shows that "cowgirls" came into their own. These adult women were skilled performers, demonstrating riding, expert marksmanship, and trick roping that entertained audiences around the world.
Women such as Annie Oakley became household names. By , skirts split for riding astride became popular, and allowed women to compete with the men without scandalizing Victorian Era audiences by wearing men's clothing or, worse yet, bloomers.
In the movies that followed from the early 20th century on, cowgirls expanded their roles in the popular culture and movie designers developed attractive clothing suitable for riding Western saddles.
Independently of the entertainment industry, the growth of rodeo brought about the rodeo cowgirl. In the early Wild West shows and rodeos, women competed in all events, sometimes against other women, sometimes with the men.
Cowgirls such as Fannie Sperry Steele rode the same "rough stock" and took the same risks as the men and all while wearing a heavy split skirt that was more encumbering than men's trousers and competed at major rodeos such as the Calgary Stampede and Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Rodeo competition for women changed in the s due to several factors. After , when Eastern promoters started staging indoor rodeos in places like Madison Square Garden, women were generally excluded from the men's events and many of the women's events were dropped.
Also, the public had difficulties with seeing women seriously injured or killed, and in particular, the death of Bonnie McCarroll at the Pendleton Round-Up led to the elimination of women's bronc riding from rodeo competition.
In today's rodeos, men and women compete equally together only in the event of team roping , though technically women now could enter other open events.
There also are all-women rodeos where women compete in bronc riding , bull riding and all other traditional rodeo events. However, in open rodeos, cowgirls primarily compete in the timed riding events such as barrel racing , and most professional rodeos do not offer as many women's events as men's events.
Boys and girls are more apt to compete against one another in all events in high-school rodeos as well as O-Mok-See competition, where even boys can be seen in traditionally "women's" events such as barrel racing.
Outside of the rodeo world, women compete equally with men in nearly all other equestrian events, including the Olympics , and western riding events such as cutting , reining , and endurance riding.
Today's working cowgirls generally use clothing, tools and equipment indistinguishable from that of men, other than in color and design, usually preferring a flashier look in competition.
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