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I See by Your Outfit that You Are a Cowboy! - Activity 1
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Students discover the culture of the American Cowboy through in-class discussions, Charles Russell's artwork, and a video about cowboy poetry. This introductory lesson can be accomplished in one 30-minute session.
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