From The San Francisco Call - March 29, 1894
On March 29, The San Francisco Call carried wire reports from across the country, covering the march and those who were traveling to participate in it.
From the headlines:
WEARY AND WORN
Coxey’s Ragged Army Is Straggling On.
BOYS GIFTED WITH PITY.
They Were Prepared to Snowball the Soldiers.
BUT WERE MOVED TO SORROW.
So Far the Deserters Along the Line Far Outnumber the New Recruits.
Alliance, Ohio, March 28.— Coxey’s army broke camp, after a good night’s rest on clean straw and a plentiful breakfast of fried ham and pork, bread and coffee, at 9 o’clock this morning, with 193 men in line by actual count.
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