Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

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UPNE, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 375 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE I Parents and Childhood
1
Dunfermline and America
19
Pittsburgh and Work
37
Colonel Anderson and Books
43
The Telegraph Office
52
Railroad Service
62
Superintendent of the Pennsylvania
80
Civil War Period
95
The Homestead Strike
219
Problems of Labor
231
The Gospel of Wealth
245
CHAPTER PAGE XX Educational and Pension Funds
257
The Peace Palace and Pittencrieff
270
Matthew Arnold and Others
286
British Political Leaders
297
Gladstone and Morley
306

BridgeBuilding
110
The Iron Works
125
New York as Headquarters
144
Business Negotiations
161
The Age of Steel
174
Partners Books and Travel
191
Coaching Trip and Marriage
202
Mills and the Men
211
Herbert Spencer and His Disciple
321
Blaine and Harrison
329
Washington Diplomacy
338
Hay and McKinley
346
Meeting the German Emperor
354
Bibliography
361
Index
363
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Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) was a Scottish American industrialist who led the enormous expansion of the American steel industry in the late nineteenth century. He was also one of the most important philanthropists of his era.

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