A critically acclaimed autobiography by one of America’s greatest philanthropists Scottish immigrant Andrew Carnegie worked his way up from bobbin boy to telegraph operator to railroad man, learning key lessons along the way that would eventually lead to his unparalleled success in the steel business. Documenting a world of…
CONTENTS Parents and Childhood II. Dunfermline and America III. Pittsburgh and Work IV. Colonel Anderson and Books V. The Telegraph Office VI. Railroad Service VII. Superintendent of the Pennsylvania VIII. Civil War Period IX. Bridge-Building X. The Iron Works XI. New York as Headquarters XII. Business Negotiations XIII. The Age of Steel XIV. Partners, Books, and Travel XV. Coaching Trip and Marriage XVI. Mills and the Men XVII. The Homestead Strike XVIII. Problems of Labor XIX. The "Gospel of Wealth" XX. Educational and Pension Funds XXI. The Peace Palace and Pittencrieff XXII. Matthew Arnold and Others XXIII. British Political Leaders XXIV. Gladstone and Morley XXV. Herbert Spencer and His Disciple XXVI. Blaine and Harrison XXVII. Washington Diplomacy XXVIII. Hay and McKinley XXIX. Meeting the German Emperor Bibliography Index
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