Though life had not been kind to Jane Pierce (she had lost all of her children, and her last, “Benny,” passed on the way to her husband’s inauguration) she managed to emerge from her depression during her husband’s final two years in office. Not a fan of the political and social arena’s of Washington, Jane surprised everyone when she decided to attend Congressional debates, as opposed to staying in the residential quarters of the White House. The Reverse of the Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Coin depicts the First Lady attending a debate, seated in the visitor’s section of the Old Senate Chamber in the U.S. Capitol Building.
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