Andrew Carnegie


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  • Mum, I miss Scotland. I want to go back home and see my friends.
  • I know Andrew. But we came to Pennsylvania for a better life.
  • Good job guys. Make sure the rails are straight.
  • Me too. Our old superintendent didn't know what he was doing!
  • Later in the 1850s...
  • I'm glad Andrew is the superintendent of the railroad now.
  • Yes I am! My name is Andrew Carnegie. Can I offer you a deal on some steel?
  • Are you the guy that has been manufacturing all the steel here?
  • Well, I'm an honest man and my use of technology is putting my steel company at the forefront of the steel industry.
  • Why should I buy your steel?
  • Well, my company controls every stage because I want to make sure that every step goes smoothly.
  • All the way to the transportation of the finished product.
  • Tell me about your company's process of obtaining the steel.
  • Do you control the mining of the raw materials?
  • By 1900, Carnegie Steel was at the top of the steel industry. It had employed over 15,000 workers and produced more steel than all the steels in Britain.
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