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“A dreaded band, long known to the traders of Santa Fe -- to the _ciboleros_ from the”
“This pass, though long known to the trappers and _ciboleros_ of New”
“The savage was in full war-costume -- that is, naked to the waist, and painted over the breast and face so as to render him as frightful as possible: but what struck the ciboleros as most significant was the”
“As this became brighter, the object was seen more distinctly, while at each moment the curiosity of the ciboleros increased.”
“Besides these grand people there were employes of the mines of less note, clerks of the comerciantes, young farmers of the valley, gambucinos, vaqueros, ciboleros, and even "_leperos_" of the town, shrouded in their cheap serapes.”
“There were rancheros in their picturesque attire, smart arrieros, miners from the hills, townsmen, hacendados of the valley, vaqueros from the grazing-farms, and ciboleros, whose home is for the most part on the wide prairies.”
“About a week after the fiesta of Saint John, a small party of ciboleros was seen crossing the Pecos, at the ford of the "Bosque Redondo.”
“The Llano Estacado is now rarely travelled, except by the ciboleros, or”
“They were ciboleros, vaqueros, rancheros, monteros; men who in their frequent association with the mountain men, the Gallic and”
“There are other ciboleros and hunters in the valley.”
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