The golden age of the American cowboy began in 1866, following the end of the Civil War. Many cowboys had been Civil War soldiers, with up to one quarter of all cowboys being freed ex-slaves. Some cowboys were immigrants from Europe and Mexico, with others being Native Americans as well. At nightfall, cowboys traveling with cattle would take turns singing songs to calm jittery cows, such as “Old Dan Tucker”, “Nearer My God to Thee”, “The Texas Lullaby” and “In the Sweet By and By”. This antiquated silver necklace hangs cowboy inspired themes, with a dream catcher wishing calm dreams for all cowboys and cowgirls, their family, and cattle. A pair of boots and cowboy hat swings from the dream catcher. Perfect for your inner-cowgirl and Midwestern style.
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