1911-D INDIAN $10 MS64
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In 1911, the United States experienced a series of remarkable events that left a lasting impact on both its cultural and technological landscape.
One of the most thrilling events was the first Indianapolis 500-mile auto race, held on May 30. This inaugural race, won by Ray Harroun in the Marmon 'Wasp', marked the beginning of a legendary annual motorsport tradition.
Equally significant was the establishment of the Colorado National Monument on May 24, a testament to the country's commitment to preserving its natural beauty and heritage. This monument has since been celebrated for its stunning desert landscapes and unique geological features.
Another intriguing occurrence in 1911 was the Great Blue Norther of 11/11/11, a bizarre weather phenomenon where a record cold snap hit the U.S. Midwest, causing many cities to experience record highs and lows within the same day. This event stands as one of the most extreme weather events in American history.
1911 saw the incorporation of the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company, later known as IBM, on June 16. This marked the rise of a corporation that would become a cornerstone in the global technology industry, driving innovation and change.
These events collectively showcase 1911 as a year of dynamic change, technological advancement, and historical significance in the United States, reflecting a nation on the cusp of modernity and global influence.
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