The explosive conflict between workers and capital in 19th century America first erupted nation-wide in 1877 when rapid industrialization led to spontaneous grassroots strikes and riot in many cities around the country. The violence and passion of 1877 would change America fundamentally. This account is drawn from eye-witness accounts and newspaper reporting of the day.
©2011 Cecelia Holland (P)2012 Cecelia Holland
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