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   Henry Clay Frick and the Carnegie Steel Company

Page entitled : Acquisition of Duquesne and merger of the Carnegie companies

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How Henry Clay Frick acquired the Duquesne steel plant for a song and was promoted to the head of a merged Carnegie Steel Company

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... Bridge Works and some other minor holdings. The result of this merger was the Carnegie Steel Company Ltd, a behemoth with a share capital of $25000000 , three of the largest and best equipped American steel plants and various finishing mills.  ...

 

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