The Andrew Carnegie Reader
University of Pittsburgh Press, 1992 - 325 pages
An anthology which aims to bring together a representative selection of Carnegie's writings which show him as a shrewd businessman, celebrated philanthropist, champion of democracy and eternal optimist. This collection covers 60 years of the industrial giant's life, from his letters to his cousin, George Lauder, written in 1853, to the final chapter of his autobiography, completed in 1914.
86 pages matching Pittsburgh in this book
Results 1-3 of 86
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Carnegie at Work Making Money
Carnegie at Work Giving Away Money
Carnegie at Work Playing
8 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
able advance American Andrew asked became become believe better Britain called capital Carnegie Carnegie's coin Company concern dollars Dunfermline equal established existing father fortune give given gold hand hundred important interest iron keep labor land less lives manager manufacturing masses matter means meet millions mills morning mother natural needed Negro never obtained party passed peace Pennsylvania percent Pittsburgh political poor position possessions present President profit proved question race Railroad railway rates received remain Republic result silver soon steel success sure tell thought thousand tion true Trusts United wealth write York young