Objects & Places from Andrew Carnegie and the Rise of Big Business

Harold C. Livesay
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American Dream

This is the characteristic American concept that states people can rise above humble beginnings by hard work, honesty and thrift to reach a position of power and influence in America.

Dunfermline

This is the Carnegie family's hometown in Scotland. The town is once known as the most radical in the kingdom as a result of its Chartists.

Coal-fired Steam Boiler

This is an invention that produces energy by machine that takes over factory production independent from windmills and waterwheels.

Industrial Revolution

This term refers to the period when machines begin taking over production with energy from coal-fired steam boilers independent from windmills and waterwheels.

Machine Production

This is the term that refers to production take-over by energy from coal-fired steam boilers independent of windmills and waterwheels.

Pittsburgh

This is the city that straddles the east-west route, where the Monongahela and...

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