An excerpt from A Student's Handbook to The History of [Cowburg] County: EVERYTHING you need to know!, by Winona Louise Gleemonex, Mrs. L's Fourth Grade Class, c. 1984.
VII. Social Life - and - Amusement
The early settlers were always hospitable and friendly to visitors and neighbors, as was their custom. Cowboys were always, always welcome.
Horseracing was very popular. [Cowburg] County had many tracks, on which very famous horses raced.
Barbecues were held, and dance contests and singings. In other words they were very social and friendly people.
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