Jack San Felice
The Superstition Cowboys and the ranches they worked on was a story waiting to be told. The first cowboys and their women were pioneers in a harsh desert mountain environment. The women raised their children, and provided comfort to their men, while living in rough-hewn cabins, under harsh, primitive living conditions. Many of the early cowboys and vaqueros came from Texas and Sonora, bringing their longhorns and wild Mexican cattle with them. History must not forget these pioneers who helped make Arizona a great state, while providing beef for the hungry miners and settlers.