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   Andrew Carnegie - iron industrialist and steel king

Page entitled : Easy money and new investments

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How Andrew Carnegie earned easy money from the Keystone Telegraph Co, increased his share in the Union Iron Mills and invested in the Lucy furnace

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... a project sponsored by several iron manufacturers of Pittsburgh, consisting of building a blast-furnace and producing pig iron for the concerned companies. Upon advice of William Coleman, an experienced iron master, co-founder of the Columbia Oil Company and father-in-law of Thomas M. Carnegie, they decided to build their own furnace ...

 

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