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Railroads And Farming!
The daily life of a cowboy, when you see a cowboy you think, horses, lassos, and guns, right? Well that’s close cowboys help travel cattle from one place to another. Cowboys live on ranches and take care of cattle. Cowboys do a lot of things around the cattle, like, making sure there’s no holes in the fence, repair equipment around the ranch, and keep track of wild animals. The annual salary for a cowboy is $300.
Workers lived in tents or shacks made of wood. Businesses opened in boomtowns due to the growing population. Workers offered gambling and drinking, this led to violence making boomtowns dangerous. Few women and children lived in boomtowns, because of these acts of violence. People were more focused on with drilling oil than city plans, boomtowns were crowded, dirty, and rough places to live in.
John Deere invented a deep steel plow, widely used to help West Texas farmers break through the hard soil. This was invented in 1845. There were also Threshers, machines that separate grain or seeds from plants. Farmers were amazed by these machines, they used them to increased production.
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