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Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie.

Author: Andrew Carnegie
Publisher: Auckland : Floating Press, 1920.
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The industrialist, businessman, and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1835 - 1919) established a gospel of wealth that can be neither ignored nor forgotten, and set a pace in distribution that succeeding millionaires have followed as a precedent. In the course of his career he became a nation-builder, a leader in thought, a writer, a speaker, the friend of workmen, schoolmen, and statesmen, the associate of both the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Named Person: Andrew Carnegie; Andrew Carnegie; Andrew Carnegie
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Carnegie
ISBN: 9781877527951 1877527955 9781775565970 1775565971
OCLC Number: 630531988
Description: 1 online resource (533 pages)
Contents: Title; Contents; Preface; Editor's Note; Chapter I Parents and Childhood; Chapter II Dunfermline and America; Chapter III Pittsburgh and Work; Chapter IV Colonel Anderson and Books; Chapter V The Telegraph Office; Chapter VI Railroad Service; Chapter VII Superintendent of the Pennsylvania; Chapter VIII Civil War Period; Chapter IX Bridge-Building; Chapter X The Iron Works; Chapter XI New York as Headquarters; Chapter XII Business Negotiations; Chapter XIII The Age of Steel; Chapter XIV Partners, Books, and Travel; Chapter XV Coaching Trip and Marriage; Chapter XVI Mills and the Men. Chapter XVII The Homestead StrikeChapter XVIII Problems of Labor; Chapter XIX The "Gospel of Wealth"; Chapter XX Educational and Pension Funds; Chapter XXI The Peace Palace and Pittencrieff; Chapter XXII Mathew Arnold and Others; Chapter XXIII British Political Leaders; Chapter XXIV Gladstone and Morley; Chapter XXV Herbert Spencer and His Disciple; Chapter XXVI Blaine and Harrison; Chapter XXVII Washington Diplomacy; Chapter XXVIII H.

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The industrialist, businessman, and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1835 - 1919) established a gospel of wealth that can be neither ignored nor forgotten, and set a pace in distribution that succeeding millionaires have followed as a precedent. In the course of his career he became a nation-builder, a leader in thought, a writer, a speaker, the friend of workmen, schoolmen, and statesmen, the associate of both the lowly and the lofty. But these were merely interesting happenings in ...

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