A Classification of American Wealth
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   Henry Clay Frick and the Carnegie Steel Company

Page entitled : The Duquesne Steel Works

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How William G. and David Park together with E. L . Clark founded the Allegheny Bessemer Steel Company to build the Duquesne steel plant, a new competitor

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... of the Black Diamond Steel Works and E. L. Clark of the Solar Iron Works, eldest son of the man who failed to resolve the labor disputes as manager of the Homestead Works half a decade earlier. The construction works were supervised by C. Ansler, of Macintosh & Hemphill, the same firm which had completed the Homestead Works after Andrew Kloman’s death. As the Homstead, the Duquesne mill was  ...


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