From Ohio History Central
Portrait of labor leader Jacob S. Coxey as a young man, ca. 1894. Coxey was known as "General Coxey" and received national recognition when he led an "Industrial Army" of unemployed workers to Washington, D. C. to protest the federal government's response to the economic depression of the 1890s.
Ohio History Connection MSS 1311, AL01140 from the Coxey's Army Collection Collection.
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