Progressive Era (1901-1914)

The Progressive Era (late 19th to early 20th century) epitomizes the fusion of history and government. Amid industrialization's challenges, reformers advocated government intervention to counter societal issues. Figures like Roosevelt and Addams pursued regulations to rein in corporate power, while initiatives like the Pure Food and Drug Act safeguarded health. Simultaneously, suffragists pressed for democratic expansion through women's voting rights. This era showcased the federal government's deepening role in citizens' lives, addressing inequality and enhancing welfare. The Progressive Era serves as a testament to the power of historical context to prompt government action and guide a nation towards equity and advancement.

1901 LIBERTY $5 PR65+ CAM
1901 LIBERTY $5 PR65+ CAM
1903 LIBERTY $5 MS67
1903 LIBERTY $5 MS67
1904-S BARBER 50C MS67+
1904-S BARBER 50C MS67+
1908 INDIAN $2.5 PR66
1908 INDIAN $2.5 PR66
1908 INDIAN $2.5 PR67
1908 INDIAN $2.5 PR67
1908-S ST. GAUDENS $20 MS66
1908-S ST. GAUDENS $20 MS66
1909 ST. GAUDENS $20 MS65+
1909 ST. GAUDENS $20 MS65+
1909/8 ST. GAUDENS $20 MS65+
1909/8 ST. GAUDENS $20 MS65+
1909-S BARBER 50C MS67+
1909-S BARBER 50C MS67+
1911 ST. GAUDENS $20 MS66
1911 ST. GAUDENS $20 MS66
1913-S INDIAN HEAD $5 MS64
1913-S INDIAN HEAD $5 MS64