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  • andrew carnegie carnegie council for ethics in

    the council's founder, andrew carnegie, was perhaps the first to state publicly that the rich have a moral obligation to give away their fortunes. on his return to pittsburgh, he built the j. edgar thomson steel mill near pittsburgh using the ideas being developed by bessemer in england. the "carnegie empire" was born. in 1899, carnegie

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  • our history u.s. steel tubular products

    the national tube works company in mckeesport, pennsylvania lent its name to the enterprise. including andrew carnegie, principle architect of u. s. steel, as well as its first chairman. in 1901, a group headed by gary and morgan bought carnegie's steel company and combined it with their holdings in the federal steel company. these two

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  • history 802 carnegie

    by 1900, andrew carnegie's steel mills were producing more steel than great britain was. carnegie invented the "gospel of wealth," carnegie believed that the rich needed to help the poor and improve society. the gospel of wealth describes the responsibility of philanthropy by the rich. it allowed large sums of money to be passed to

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  • andrew carnegie by michelle gutierrez on prezi

    in the early 1800's, carnegie entered the steel industry, becoming a dominant figure in that industry. his constant efforts to lower the costs made his steel mills the most modern in the world! by 1900, steel was cheap and the industrial sector continued to accelerate.

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  • the homestead steel strike of 1892

    a strike at a pennsylvania steel mill turned shockingly violent as townspeople battled a small army of pinkertons in 1892. the homestead steel strike. search the site go. history & culture. american history basics andrew carnegie, the ruthless steel magnate who became a philanthropist.

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  • andrew carnegie & u.s. steel timeline timetoast timelines

    andrew carnegie & u.s. steel, a timeline made with timetoast's free interactive timeline making software.

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  • remembering andrew carnegie – tycoon, author

    with luck not doing the carnegie any favours, a young andrew started working, at the age of 13, in a cotton mill for workman's wages (around $1.20 per week), and a year later, as a

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  • libraries fulfilled andrew carnegie's vision triblive

    libraries fulfilled andrew carnegie's vision. mary ann carnegie's mill hired pinkerton guards to settle labor unrest in the homestead steel strike of 1892, which took the lives of seven

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  • andrew carnegie's 5 personal traits every marketer

    steel industry magnate andrew carnegie was born into poverty but died one of america's richest men. when andrew was 13 his family moved to allegheny, pennsylvania. faithfully working 72 hours a week in the textile mill for two years, carnegie eventually got a better job—for $2.50 a week—working as a telegraph

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  • who is andrew carnegies

    andrew carnegie was one of the wealthiest men during the 1800's, he revolutionized the steel industry during the era of railroad expansion. he was rich. this was because he had lots of business

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  • andrew carnegie net worth & biography 2018

    · andrew carnegie, in dunfermline, scotland, and died in lenox,, was an industrialist who went on to become the world's richest man

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  • hall of fame inaugural class steel, scrap metal

    hall of fame inaugural class andrew carnegie a diminutive scotsman who enjoyed a successful career with the pennsylvania railroad before making a mid life career change, andrew carnegie came to the iron and steel industry rather late in life.

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  • lawrence county memoirs: carnegie steel mill (u.s. steel

    the mills of carnegie steel/u.s. steel were serviced by several railroads, which brought in raw materials such as iron ore, limestone, and coal and hauled away finished steel

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  • homestead steel works : the planetary

    history. andrew carnegie, (a scottish emigrant), bought the 2 year old homestead steel works in 1883, and integrated it into his carnegie steel company.. there was a bitter strike at the plant in 1892. in 1896, carnegie build the carnegie library of homestead in nearby munhall as part of concessions to the striking workers.. in 1901 carnegie sold his operations to u.s. steel.

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  • is it true that andrew carnegie city paper

    one was the library carnegie built in his birthplace of dunfermline, scotland, and three more were built in mon valley towns where carnegie operated huge steel mills: braddock, duquesne and homestead.

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  • andrew carnegie biography of the steel magnate

    in the 1880s carnegie bought out henry clay frick's company, which owned coal fields as well as a large steel mill in homestead, pennsylvania. frick and carnegie became partners. as carnegie began to spend half of every year at an estate in scotland,

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  • these 10 rare photos show pittsburgh's steel history

    steel production in pittsburgh was powered by andrew carnegie and henry clay frick, the founders of the united states steel corporation at the start of the 20th century. these vintage steel photos from pittsburgh will give you a peak at our city's rich history. a smoky shot of a steel mill in the south side with the jones and laughlin

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  • pittsburgh pirate the economist

    andrew carnegie is to his biographers, friendly and hostile alike, the hardest american robber baron to fathom. fatal accidents in the steel mills, he calculates, accounted for 20% of all male

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  • in the shadow of the steel mill

    with the completion of the mill in 1875, one of the first few bessemer mills in the united states, andrew carnegie launched what was then named carnegie, mccandless & company, what would become the largest steel company in the world. director of historic resources and facilities at the rivers of steel national heritage area. carnegie's

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  • carnegie, andrew learning to give

    "andrew carnegie was the pioneering tycoon of the age of steel" (let's talk business network 2002). his steel empire produced the raw materials that built the physical infrastructure of the united states.

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  • how andrew carnegie's genius and blue collar grit

    how andrew carnegie's genius and blue collar grit made pittsburgh the steel city a third generation mill worker pays homage to the controversial industrialist teeming a crucible of steel at the colonial steel company, pittsburgh in 1912.

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  • andrew carnegie civil war wiki fandom powered by wikia

    carnegie's empire grew to include the j. edgar thomson steel works, (named for john edgar thomson, carnegie's former boss and president of the pennsylvania railroad), pittsburgh bessemer steel works, the lucy furnaces, the union iron mills, the union mill (wilson, walker & county), the keystone bridge works, the hartman steel works, the frick

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  • from steel city to roboburgh magazine

    from steel city to roboburgh. one of the region's last remaining steel mills, is an amazing survivor. braddock is also the site of andrew carnegie's first

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  • andrew carnegie by on prezi

    andrew carnegie: a true business man many steel companies competed fiercely to supply steel for such products. to remain the leader carnegie hired scientists to improve the quality of his company's steel.

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