Sites dedicated to the cowboy way of life. For homepages of self-proclaimed cowboys, information about cowboy groups and the lifestyle. Magazines Museums Poetry Webrings
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- Western Folklife Center Perpetuating the varied traditions of the American West. Includes information on exhibits, events and membership benefits.
- National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration Annual event in Lubbock, Texas, focused on ranching, cowboys and the western way of life. Schedules and reports of past events.
- CyberSoup's Wild West Little known facts about cowboy life, western legends, Native Americans and short biographical sketches about western characters.
- RanchersNet A source of information on markets, software, services, ranch management, seedstock, and equipment.
- Cowboys 'n Cowgirls Perspective of the cowboy way of life with poetry, photos, graphics, music and links.
- Cowboy Showcase Features stories, cowboy folklore, photographs, western gear, chuckwagon and Dutch oven cooking, horses, and the western lifestyle.
- Partners Of the Prairie Cowboy poets and balladeers who travel the Midwest. Illustrated biographies of Allen D. Bailey, Keith Downer, Don Eves, Randy Fisher and Leonard Hitz.
- Cowboy Boots A tribute to the culture and craft of western cowboy bootmaking and bootmakers. Includes message board, legend and lore, boot gallery, and a directory of boot makers.
- Rudy Gonzales Cowboy entertainer. Show includes cowboy humor, poetry, and old cowboy songs; booking information.
- Singing Cowboy Gary McMahan is a nationally recognized cowboy poet, songwriter, entertainer, storyteller and humorist.
- Every Cowboy's Dream Dedicated to the donkey and the mule. Mule events, mule recipes, cowboy art, sale barn, trail rides, wild horses, Right-To-Carry (firearm) facts, mule training, and manners.
- Gathering Remnants: A Tribute to the Working Cowboy A pictorial essay documenting contemporary cowboys who live a simple life, unchanged by our modern world. Photographer Kendall Nelson and author Felicitas Funke-Riehle journey through Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Oregon and Texas.