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The reality of cowboy life is from from the myths. Cowboy usually faced many dangers, often including blizzards, floods, and stampedes. These hazards killed or injured many cowboys. Cowboys worked hard for many hours, some cowboys rode 24 hours at a time and slept on their saddles
Working in the oil fields is tough, dirty, and dangerous. Laborers usually worked 12-hour shifts. Gas wells that couldn’t be controlled sometimes burned or killed people. Many texans left their wives and children. They sometimes didn’t return for months on end
Texans also began to use new mechanical machinery. Farmers began to use horse drawn plows that could plow several rows at a time. Two row planters also made farming faster and less difficult. Threshers-machines that separate grains or seeds from plants-made harvesting crops faster and easier.
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