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Andrew Carnegie

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Andrew Carnegie  

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Personal Information (Who)

I am interested in . . . philanthropy, giving to charities, expanding the steel industry

Work and Education (What)  

Employer: was first a telegrapher and had investments in railroad then created Carnegie steel company 

I am most known for . . .For creating the steel company and donating and giving to many charities

Lives In (Where): Lenox, Massachusetts 
From (Where): Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland
Last Updated (When): died august 11 1919 at age 83

About You (Two Significances):

  • had a leadership role as a philanthropist and spent the last 18 years of his life giving away 350 million dollars to universities, foundations, and charities 
  • Carnegie's steel company was a growing empire and eventually and exceeded that of the UK 
Favorite Quote:  "Do your duty then a little more and the future will take care of itself."
































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Thomas A. Scott 







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Status     Photo     Place     Life Event
What's on your mind?                          



Name Thomas A. Scott

Date 1853



was first to higher Carnegie as a telegraph operator at the Pennsylvania railroad company 






Name JP Morgan 

Date 1901



Comment  Carnegie sold the steel company to Morgan for $480 million







Name colonel James Anderson

Date 1850's



opened his 400 book library to Carnegie which fed his passion for reading and education 






Name George Pullman

Date 1860's

  Comment Carnegie created a merger with that of Woodruff's company and Pullman to make a sleep car for first class travel









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