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Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie
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Authors: Andrew Carnegie 
Book Description:
This autobiography of Andrew Carnegie, originally published in 1920, is an account of the author’s early years, written mostly from a little bungalow retreat on the moors of Aultnagar in Scotland during the early 20th century. (SNOVA)

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Editor's Note

Chapter 1. Parents and Childhood (pp. 1-12)

Chapter 2. Dunfermline and America (pp. 13-20)

Chapter 3. Pittsburgh and Work (pp. 21-28)

Chapter 4. Colonel Anderson and Books (pp. 29-34)

Chapter 5. The Telegraph Office (pp. 35-42)

Chapter 6. Railroad Service (pp. 43-54)

Chapter 7. Superintendent of the Pennsylvania (pp. 55-64)

Chapter 8. Civil War Period (pp. 65-74)

Chapter 9. Bridge-Building (pp. 75-84)

Chapter 10. The Iron Works (pp. 85-96)

Chapter 11. New York as Headquarters (pp. 97-106)

Chapter 12. Business Negotiations (pp. 107-114)

Chapter 13. The Age of Steel (pp. 115-124)

Chapter 14. Partners, Books, and Travel (pp. 125-132)

Chapter 15. Coaching Trip and Marriage (pp. 133-140)

Chapter 16. Mills and the Men (pp. 141-146)

Chapter 17. The Homestead Strike (pp. 147-154)

Chapter 18. Problems of Labor (pp. 155-164)

Chapter 19. The "Gospel of Wealth" (pp. 165-174)

Chapter 20. Educational and Pension Funds (pp. 175-182)

Chapter 21. The Peace Palace and Pittencrieff (pp. 183-192)

Chapter 22. Matthew Arnold and Others (pp. 193-200)

Chapter 23. British Political Leaders (pp. 201-206)

Chapter 24. Gladstone and Morley (pp. 207-216)

Chapter 25. Herbert Spencer and His Disciple (pp. 217-222)

Chapter 26. Blaine and Harrison (pp. 223-228)

Chapter 27. Washington Diplomacy (pp. 229-234)

Chapter 28. Hay and McKinley (pp. 235-240)

Chapter 29. Meeting the German Emperor (pp. 241-246)

Bibliography (pp. 247-248)

Endnotes (pp. 249-260)

Index (pp. 261)

Total Pages: 266

      Historical Figures
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018 - May
   ISBN: 978-1-53613-747-7
   Status: AV
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
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