The Gilded Age
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Charles Guiteau, the man who assassinated President James Garfield.
Henry Frick, plant manager of the Homestead Steel Plant
Pullman workers walk off the job in protest to company policies in 1894
George Pullman's company town, designed to be an idyllic answer to labor discontent, left many Pullman employees resentful of...
Political carton lampooning Grover Cleveland sexual indiscretions, 1884
Farmers gather for a Populist Party Convention in Nebraska, 1890
Theodore Roosevelt, living in the Dakota Territory in 1885, the year after his wife died
Walter camp, Yale's innovative coach, during his playing days
John Rockefeller, founder of Standard Oil, in 1885
George Washington Plunkitt of Tammany Hall