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This image from 1908 shows eight Crow Indians on horseback,
silhouetted by the rising sun behind them.
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A large group of Brulé Sioux Native Americans travel by horseback across the plains.The Brulé are one of seven branches of the Teton Lakota American Indian people. They are sometimes referred to as Burnt Thighs Nation, and were called “Brulé”
by French settlers.
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This photo, circa 1890, shows an unnamed cowboy sitting atop his horse as a cameraman snaps a picture.The word cowboy first appeared in the English
language in 1725 as a direct translation of the Spanish word “vaquero.”
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