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About this Art:
On the big cattle drives north from Texas, into many areas, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Kansas, etc. they always had cowboys who were assigned to night herding. They would keep the cattle from wandering too far and they would keep them calm and relaxed by singing or playing music. That would relax the cattle and help prevent stampedes before and during night storms, or from sounds during the night. Often they would do this all night long, switching places for different night shifts, until just before day break. Here you can see a cowboy playing his harmonica as the cattle are calm and sleeping.