1877-CC LIBERTY SEATED 25C, MOTTO MS67
GEM LUSTROUS SURFACES WITH EXOTIC SEA GREEN TONING. ONLY A MS67+ COIN GRADED HIGHER.
In 1877, the United States experienced significant events that shaped its historical trajectory.
One of the pivotal moments was the Compromise of 1877, which resolved the contentious presidential election of 1876. This compromise led to Rutherford B. Hayes being declared the winner of the election, despite Samuel J. Tilden winning the popular vote. The Compromise effectively ended the Reconstruction era, marking a significant shift in American politics and race relations??.
Another major event was the Great Railroad Strike of 1877, the first nationwide labor strike in the United States. Triggered by wage cuts amid a deep economic depression, the strike began with workers at the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in Martinsburg, West Virginia, and rapidly spread across the country. The strike highlighted the growing tensions between labor and industry and led to violent clashes, including significant riots in Baltimore, Maryland, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The federal government's intervention to suppress the strike underlined the complexities of labor relations and the role of government in labor disputes during this period??.
These events of 1877 underscored the deep economic, political, and social challenges facing the United States post-Civil War, setting the stage for further conflicts and transformations in the years to come."
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