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   Henry Clay Frick and the Carnegie Steel Company

Page entitled : Value of Oliver Iron Mining properties

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How by a deal with Rockefeller's Lake Superior Consolidated Iron Mines, Henry Oliver greatly expanded the ore properties of Oliver Iron Mining and Carnegie  Steel Co

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... Oliver quickly arranged to buy the Norrie and the Tilden mines in the Gogebic range and the Pioneer mine in the Vermillion range, again with the backing of the Carnegie Steel Company, whose Board of Managers he was able to convince thanks to Mr Frick’s support. More mines followed, also in the Marquette and Menominee ranges, until the Oliver Iron Mining Company owned or operated  ...


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