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Where did the black cowboys work in texas?

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Black cowboys, reportedly, began working in Texas. Once the sizable slave population (estimated 182,566 per Smithsonian) was freed after the Emancipation Proclamation, many of them found work on cattle ranches, which is when these cowboys emerged.

Where did black cowboys come from?

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The Dallas Cowboys are back in Oxnard, Calif., for their monthlong training camp. The Golden State has long been a base of operations for the Cowboys – California Lutheran College in Thousand Oaks served as the team’s longest-serving venue for camp from 1963 until 1989, and the state’s hosted camps since 2001.. But, before the Cowboys migrated back to California for camp, the …

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