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   Henry Clay Frick and the Carnegie Steel Company

Page entitled : Henry Frick coal baron

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How Henry C. Frick built the small coal and coke business of his cousin into the largest coke producer of the Connellsville region and became a millionaire

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... with a $10000 loan from Pittsburgh banker Thomas Mellon . The increased output met with ready demand and the H. C. Frick Company was almost immediately a success. But Frick continued to invest the profits of his enterprise in additional coal lands and paid back only the most pressing loans, significantly including  ...

 

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