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   Andrew Carnegie - iron industrialist and steel king

Page entitled : Andrew Carnegie lucrative investments

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How Andrew Carnegie soon made more money from his investments than salary, of Columbia Oil, Keystone Bridge Company and Cyclops Iron Works


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... involving the Pennsylvania Railroad’s chief mechanic J. L. Piper, its chief bridge engineer, J.H. Linville and its general bridge superintendent Aaron G. Schiffler, along with Thomas Scott and J. Edgar Thomson . The Keystone Bridge Company, whose stockholders were all in a way or another related to the Pennsylvania or another railroad  ...

 

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