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Hats Are for Watering Horses: Why the Cowboys Dressed That Way

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The cowboy didn't dress like he did because Stetsons and spurs looked cool on television. Every item of clothing he wore -- and still wears -- on the trail was useful, from his hat to his pointy-toed, high-heeled boots. The cowboy, very simply, dressed to save his life and do his job safely.Chapters cover the cowboy's hat, bandanna, shirt and vest, jeans and chaps, his boots, and even his extras such as spurs, gloves, knife, pistol, slicker and bedroll. There's also a chapter about his horse.

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Hats Are for Watering Horses: Why the Cowboys Dressed That Way 2000, Hendrick-Long Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9780937460955

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Hats Are for Watering Horses: Why the Cowboys Dressed That Way 1993, Hendrick-Long Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9780937460894

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