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To drive huge herds of cattle to the markets, the Florida cattlemen used whips (an ancient tradition acquired from the vaqueros of Spain).
In the 1880s, at the urging of Mark Twain and to the delight of Europeans, Cody transported hundreds of workers, cowboys, vaqueros, 90 American Indians, buffalo, horses, Annie Oakley and the Deadwood Stage to England, Germany and other countries.
Two Vaqueros freshmen were honored with first-team honors: shortstop Mabel Calderon and first baseman/third baseman Madison Stillwell.
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