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Boleadores is the name given to the weapon that indigenous people in South America used to hunt wild animals. Usually there would be three cords tied together with a ball (bola) at the end of each cord. As the boleadores are thrown, the weight of the balls allow the cords to wrap around the animal's legs. Robert MacBurnaey came to the Settlement in 1911.

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