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Several living history groups set tents up at Horse Head Crossing, a ford across the Pecos River, in Pecos County, West Texas, Oct. 30, 2020. A gathering of a few hundred people joined in the two-day celebration of the crossing. Comanche war parties returning from Mexico with stolen horses crossed here, as did immigrants and adventurers drawn by the California goldfields, as well as pioneering cattle drovers, including Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving, pushing their leggy longhorns through to northern markets. (Jerry Lara/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)

Several living history groups set tents up at Horse Head Crossing, a ford across the Pecos River, in Pecos County, West Texas, Oct. 30, 2020. A gathering of a few hundred people joined in the two-day celebration of the crossing. Comanche war parties returning from Mexico with stolen horses crossed here, as did immigrants and adventurers drawn by the California goldfields, as well as pioneering cattle drovers, including Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving, pushing their leggy longhorns through to northern markets. (Jerry Lara/The San Antonio Express-News via AP)

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