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Fri Mar 21 17:14:48 2014 UTClccn-n500324680.17The men who built America /0.370.92A league of peace; a rectorial address delivered to the students in the University of St. Andrews, 17th October, 1905,94625754Andrew_Carnegien 5003246867817Andrew CarnegieCarnegie, A.Carnegie André 1835-1919Carnegie, Andres.Carnegie, Andrzej.Karnegi, Endriu.Karnegi, Ėndri︠u︡, 1835-1919Karnegi, Ėndrʹju, 1835-1919Karnēgs, Andŗus, 1835-1919Карнеги, Эндрю, 1835-1919カーネギー, アンドリュー卡内基安德鲁, 1835-1919lccn-n91042381Hill, Napoleon1883-1970lccn-n50019633Wall, Joseph Frazieredtlccn-n78061373Nasaw, Davidlccn-n80023187Van Dyke, John Charles1856-1932edtlccn-nr89003147Livesay, Harold C.lccn-n85073820Morgan, J. Pierpont(John Pierpont)1837-1913lccn-n79095196Rockefeller, John D.(John Davison)1839-1937lccn-n91052931Carnegie Steel Companylccn-n88207762Frick, Henry Clay1849-1919lccn-n90698615Standiford, LesCarnegie, Andrew1835-1919BiographyHistorySermonsUnited StatesCarnegie, Andrew,IndustrialistsPhilanthropistsSteel industry and tradeEconomic historyPolitical scienceWealthSuccessSuccess in businessCapitalists and financiersRockefeller, John D.--(John Davison),Morgan, J. Pierpont--(John Pierpont),Manners and customsBusinesspeopleIron industry and tradeMillionairesBig businessAmerican literatureFrontier and pioneer lifeGreat BritainEconomicsWatt, James,Field, Stephen J.--(Stephen Johnson),ConservatismSumner, William Graham,Carnegie Steel CompanyHomestead Strike (Pennsylvania : 1892)Frick, Henry Clay,Pennsylvania--HomesteadIndustrial policyBusinessGould, Jay,Industrial managementAfrican AmericansAfrican Americans--Economic conditionsPublic librariesEntrepreneurshipNew business enterprisesCreative ability in businessGates, Bill,Vanderbilt, William H.--(William Henry),Edison, Thomas A.--(Thomas Alva),Tesla, Nikola,RelationsNational characteristics, AmericanNational characteristics, BritishInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)CivilizationFord, Henry,1835191918611862186918791880188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320146041921373732BCT275.C3ocn007496175ocn652140966ocn654122381ocn036567328ocn654119967ocn080680106ocn247587180ocn258040122ocn246458821ocn257895195ocn459089968ocn828288365ocn457473409ocn064756792ocn798296409188782ocn000168890book18890.50Carnegie, AndrewThe gospel of wealth, and other timely essays+-+8629452006140841ocn530032882com19000.39Carnegie, AndrewJames WattBiographyE-text version of a biography of Scottish engineer James Watt by Andrew Carnegie+-+5981690226324123757ocn002472593book19020.56Carnegie, AndrewThe empire of businessMisc. essays on such topics as thrift, wealth and its uses, trusts, Anglo-American trade relations, steel manufacture, oil and gas wells, railroads, the Manchester School today, the tariff, the cost of living in Britain+-+3645449435106250ocn001856986book18860.63Carnegie, AndrewTriumphant democracy; or, Fifty years' march of the republic+-+907764269632451639ocn001265049book18830.73Carnegie, AndrewAn American four-in-hand in Britain+-+610005140648749ocn000908769book19080.70Carnegie, AndrewProblems of to-day: wealth, labor, socialism38728ocn001361746book18790.66Carnegie, AndrewRound the world+-+33000514063207ocn000003033book19330.56Carnegie, AndrewMiscellaneous writings28014ocn011255323book19070.66Carnegie, AndrewThe negro in America an address delivered before the Philosophical institution of Edinburgh, 16th October 190725110ocn000900221book19330.63Carnegie, AndrewMiscellaneous writings of Andrew Carnegie2354ocn001247459book19720.19Hill, NapoleonThe think and grow rich action pack+-+75111770952268ocn060731543file19060.81Carnegie, AndrewAddress by Andrew Carnegie at the presentation of Princeton Lake, December 5, 19062257ocn060735444file19150.81Carnegie, AndrewMr. Carnegie's testimony before United States Commission on Industrial Relations, February 5th, 19152134ocn070129190book20060.39Carnegie, AndrewThe "gospel of wealth" essays and other writings"Andrew Carnegie was a critical agent in the triumph of industrial capitalism in the decades surrounding the turn of the twentieth century and by 1901 was arguably the richest man in the world. Differing from his contemporary Gilded Age industrial barons not in the means of accumulating his millions but in the ends to which he put them, Carnegie vowed to give back to the community all he earned. The "Gospel of Wealth" Essays and Other Writings, assembled here for the first time, demonstrate Andrew Carnegie's thoughts on wealth, poverty, the public good, and capitalism."--BOOK JACKET+-+K43485896517210ocn002621665book19060.92Carnegie, AndrewA league of peace; a rectorial address delivered to the students in the University of St. Andrews, 17th October, 19051513ocn017959512book19040.56Carnegie, AndrewDrifting together. Will the United States and Canada unite?1487ocn001521925book18860.53Carnegie, AndrewTriumphant democracy; sixty years' march of the republic1375ocn001548486book19080.66United StatesThe Roosevelt policy; speeches, letters and state papers, relating to corporate wealth and closely allied topics, of Theodore Roosevelt, president of the United StatesSermons9529ocn741492466book19200.28Carnegie, AndrewAutobiography of Andrew CarnegieBiographyAndrew Carnegie, the great steel-baron-turned-philanthropist, was an industrialist unlike any other. His famous dictum, that he who dies rich dies disgraced, has inspired a generation of twenty-first-century philanthropists to follow in his footsteps and put their money towards philanthropic causes. He had an unwavering belief in distributing wealth for good, and systematically and deliberately gave away the bulk of his riches throughout his lifetime. Born in 1835, he emigrated with his family to the United States from Scotland at a young age. His first job was in a cotton factory, and he late+-+6635485616324909ocn004357214book19200.50LYNCH, FrederickPersonal recollections of Andrew Carnegie347039ocn000688683book19200.28Carnegie, AndrewAutobiography of Andrew CarnegieBiographyAutobiography of Andrew Carnegie - Popular Edition+-+6042702236324296680ocn059003043book19540.19Hill, NapoleonThink and grow rich : a Black choiceLife skills guidesHandbooks, manuals, etcAn updated edition of the best-selling guide features anecdotes about such modern figures as Bill Gates, Dave Thomas, and Sir John Templeton, explaining how their examples can enable modern readers to pursue wealth and overcome personal stumbling blocks+-+688979030623979ocn069594069book20060.23Nasaw, DavidAndrew CarnegieBiographyBorn of modest origins in Scotland in 1835, Andrew Carnegie is best known as the founder of Carnegie Steel.... Carnegie, the son of an impoverished linen weaver, moved to Pittsburgh at the age of thirteen. The embodiment of the American dream, he pulled himself up from bobbin boy in a cotton factory to become the richest man in the world. He spent the rest of his life giving away the fortune he had accumulated and crusading for international peace. For all that he accomplished and came to represent to the American public - a wildly successful businessman and capitalist, a self-educated writer, peace activist, philanthropist, man of letters, lover of culture, and unabashed enthusiast for American democracy and capitalism - Carnegie has remained, to this day, an enigma-- http://www.booksinprint.com+-+395657940622426ocn000092120book19700.28Wall, Joseph FrazierAndrew CarnegieBiography+-+1373847735180411ocn001323778book19750.39Livesay, Harold CAndrew Carnegie and the rise of big businessHistoryBiographyA biography of Scotsman Andrew Carnegie that discusses how his actions, as founder of Carnegie Steel, contributed to the reorganization of the pattern of industrial activity+-+682895678513737ocn050143490book20020.27Krass, PeterCarnegieHistoryBiographyExplores the life and career of the industrialist who made his fortune in the steel industry, and who was also one of the nation's greatest philanthropists+-+358138629512405ocn057373773book20050.20Standiford, LesMeet you in hell : Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, and the bitter partnership that transformed AmericaHistoryBiographyExamines the relationship between two of the founding fathers of American industry--Andrew Carnegie and Henry Clay Frick--and the Homestead Steel Strike of 1892, which led to the dissolution of their partnership+-+121295559612293ocn000193300book19680.31Hacker, Louis MThe world of Andrew Carnegie: 1865-1901History12008ocn058431867book20050.25Morris, Charles RThe tycoons : how Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Jay Gould, and J.P. Morgan invented the American supereconomyHistoryBiography"What we think of as the modern American economy was the creation of four men: Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Jay Gould, and J. P. Morgan. They were the giants of the Gilded Age, the tycoons behind the period of riotous growth that established America as the richest, most inventive, and most productive country on the planet. They are, quite literally, the founding fathers of our economy - and, thus, of modern America." "Charles R. Morris takes us deep into these men's empires and their methods, and reveals their influence on the lives of regular Americans. These four men - as fascinating as they were flawed - were essential to creating the America we have come to know. In this narrative, Morris reveals how they transformed our new and grasping nation into a world power."--BOOK JACKET+-+74402505359312ocn000021757book19690.28Bobinski, George SCarnegie libraries; their history and impact on American public library development9094ocn050518852book20030.25Klein, MauryThe change makers : from Carnegie to Gates : how the great entrepreneurs transformed ideas into industriesBiography"Entrepreneurs, even more than inventors, are essential to American business. While inventors produce ideas, entrepreneurs get things done, build the markets, and make the ideas a reality. For over a century, we have lionized and demonized them: the robber barons, the industrial statesmen, the tech revolutionaries. But what creative talents do the legendary American entrepreneurs share, and what can you learn from them about business success?" "Maury Klein analyzes how innovators from Andrew Carnegie to Bill Gates triumphed over perennial challenges in planning and strategy, production, operations, staffing, and sales - and transformed entire industries. Klein reveals the artistry and archetype of successful entrepreneurialism, comparing the retailing acumen of J. C. Penney and Wal-Mart's Sam Walton, the organizational ingenuity of Standard Oil's John D. Rockefeller and Intel's Robert Noyce, the imaginative marketing of General Motors' Alfred Sloan and McDonald's Ray Kroc. He explores the products and the markets that inspired them, the rivalries and the mentorships that pushed them, and the talents and the tempers that fueled them, culminating in an insightful examination of the birth of American industry, the growth of the corporation, and the revival of entrepreneurialism at the beginning of the twenty-first century."--BOOK JACKET+-+89641505359073ocn819123815visu20120.17The men who built AmericaHistoryBiographyVanderbilt, Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, Ford, the Men Who Built America. Meet the titans who forged the foundation of modern America and created the American Dream. The mini-series shines a spotlight on the influential builders, dreamers and believers whose feats transformed the United States, a nation decaying from the inside after the Civil War, into the greatest economic and technological superpower the world had ever seen8803ocn181102812file20070.56Eisenstadt, Abraham SeldinCarnegie's model republic Triumphant democracy and the British-American relationship"Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919) has long been known as a leading American industrialist, a man of great wealth and great philanthropy. What is not as well known is that he was actively involved in Anglo-American politics and tried to promote a closer relationship between his native Britain and the United States. To that end, Carnegie published Triumphant Democracy in 1886, in which he proposed the American federal republic as a model for solving Britain's unsettling problems."--BOOK JACKET+-+K8772964258551ocn000269437book19610.39Hazard, Lucy LockwoodThe frontier in American literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc83110ocn002320333book19320.53Hendrick, Burton JesseThe life of Andrew CarnegieHistoryBiography7593ocn000575558book19410.39Lester, Robert MForty years of Carnegie giving; a summary of the benefactions of Andrew Carnegie and of the work of the philanthropic trusts which he created6792ocn005170405book19800.47Swetnam, GeorgeAndrew CarnegieHistoryBiography6717ocn000743564book19510.50McCloskey, Robert GAmerican conservatism in the age of enterprise, 1865-1910; a study of William Graham Sumner, Stephen J. Field, and Andrew CarnegieHistory6563ocn047182508book20010.28Rea, TomBone wars : the excavation and celebrity of Andrew Carnegie's dinosaurHistoryAfter its unearthing from the Wyoming badlands in 1899, philanthropist Andrew Carnegie set out to display his prized dinosaur, that soon set off a public storm of interest for these incredible creatures around the world+-+78269477356399ocn000637832book19510.59McCloskey, Robert GAmerican conservatism in the age of enterprise : a study of William Graham Sumner, Stephen J. Field, and Andrew CarnegieHistory+-+5981690226324+-+5981690226324Fri Mar 21 16:07:19 EDT 2014batch78158