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How Did Cowboy Culture Reflect the Ethnic Diversity of the United States?

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Cowboy culture reflect the ethnic diversity of the United States as it included many different cowboys from different ethnicities. Some cowboys were Mexican or African Americans. Other cowboys were Irish and polish.
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