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In Mexico, cowhands are called Vaqueros In South America, cowhands/cowboys are called Gauchos
The first American cowboys were Mexican: the vaqueros of Texas.
All of the above
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A: the vaqueros were the first American farm hands also known as cowboys. They had started off good with the Indians and were best of friends but everything turned to worse when the cowboys started to kill all of the buffalo and had a huge fight and wonA: their cowboys
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Gauchos are the cowboys of the Argentine and Uruguayan pampas (grasslands). Gauchos are also a style of clothing reminiscent of the gauchos which can include the style of a hat, a vest, pants, or boots.
Cowboys!....thats all they are....except South American.
Argentinian cowboys are called gauchos. They actually existed decades before north American cowboys did. Herding cattle and hunting for food were and are their main activities. Gauchos make up the majority of the Argentinean rural population.
Gauchos come from the pants that the cowboys of Argentina, Uruguay and Southern Brazil wear. They refer to them as pampas.
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Neither! Is Argentina that calls them Gauchos
Gauchos (cowboys): on the South American pampas. Gauchos (calf-length pants with flared legs): maybe in vintage clothing stores.Gauchos (ladies' western style shoes or boots): in many department stores.
The word gauchos is Spanish for cowboys. If you are using it in that sense - "Los gauchos cabalgaban los caballos", or "The cowboys rode the horses" - then no, it does not need to be capitalized.However, Gauchos can also be used to describe a specific group of people from the South American region. In this case, it should be capitalized, just as Southerners is capitalized when speaking of people living in the Southern United States.
Gauchos - Cowboys (Patagonia) Vaqueros - Cowboys (Western US & Mexico)