Andrew Carnegie, the ambitious and skilled king of steel during the late 1800s, was the most famous man in business of his time. He is a millionaire and donates his money for many good causes, but meanwhile, his workers are being paid very poorly. I am baffled that more people cannot see the good that Carnegie has done. Only showing him as a man who cares about nothing but money. A hero is someone who has good values in life, is a role model, and is inspirational to others. It is not that he did not care about his workers at all and purposefully tried to take advantage of their labor, he really believed that good came out of the rise of the wealthy. He was particularly moved by the stories of two men: Selwyn Taylor and Daniel Lyle, who gave their lives trying to save men they had never met who were trapped in the mine.
Toward the end of his life, Carnegie decided to use his wealth for the greater good of the community and encouraged learning. Lyle, who gave their lives in rescue attempts following the in , just outside Pittsburgh, on January 25, 1904. Andrew Carnegie is a renowned person who is a figure that everyone heard of. Carnegie realized this need and acted upon it making America a world of towering… who were very affluent were Andrew Carnegie who was a Captain of Industry, and Cornelius Vanderbilt, a Robber Baron. I often feel overwhelmed, trying to be both a mother and a father to them.
At a decently young age, Carnegie developed a special technique for converting iron into a stronger material called steel. Nobody wants to be dubbed a hero, I guess. The following picture displays the grand and luxurious Skibo Castle that Carnegie purchased in 1897. He became one of the most successful businessmen not only by renovating the American steel industry through a process called vertical integration or creating jobs for millions of people, but also by being an indulgent philanthropist. He states he would leave a business that only gave you a money statement once a year. Even though many people thought he was such a good person because he donated all of his money at the end of his life… Early in the nineteenth century, Andrew Carnegie was considered a captain of industry for his vast empire of steel.
As he aged, he sold his company to one of his competitors and turned into a millionaire, probably the richest man of his age. For the past several years, the number of awards made annually has ranged from 15 to 30. Secondly, Andrew Carnegie was a hero is because he helped create jobs that employed many Americans. Doc 2-Doc two talks about Andrew Carnegies article Wealth. The trust soon stopped issuing gold medals. He hired pinkertons to go at night and work for the people on strike until they found out. The award consists of a diploma and 10,000 Danish crowns, or more in special cases, and in cases where the rescuers lose their lives, the fund may grant financial assistance to the surviving dependents.
He also brought new form of management control by integrating all suppliers of raw materials into one company Doc 5. The fund recognizes about 50 cases a year. Two of the people who were very affluent were Andrew Carnegie who was a Captain of Industry, and Cornelius Vanderbilt, a Robber Baron. We will need to check each of the equations to find out the moles of each element in the. After his great success with his steel company, the Carnegie Steel Company, he became very popular.
Even from a young age, he worked as hard as he could to support his family. He endowed hundreds of libraries and other public works. Carnegie was a hero of his day because he showed the characteristics of being capable, responsible, and philanthropic. He brought a way mass producing steel in a cheap why by introducing the Bessemer process. An extraordinary degree of selflessness, the seriousness of the danger, and the exceptional circumstances in which the acts of heroism take place are taken into account.
. Andrew Carnegie was a very wealthy and influential man to many people during this time period, while on the other hand he was called a robber baron, which suggested he only did what he did to treat himself, not others Hewitt and Lawson 493. Carnegie truly thought that those who work hard and become rich from it will bring improvement to society. Louis Baumann, of Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania, was one of the first to receive the award. Unfortunately, the promise could not be kept… T he Pinkertons had to run the gauntlet of the howling mob. In January 1904, a fatal coal mine disaster in Harwick, Pa.
His first such gift was to his native Dunfermline in 1881, and it was followed by similar ones to 2,508 communities in the English-speaking world. This helped by lowering the costs of manufacturing and selling steel goods at a fair price Doc 4. The Gilded Age occurred in the same time industrialization and tycoons came about. When Carnegie was 13, his family made the decision to go immigrate to America in search for a better start. In a year, people were only making half of what they needed to support their families.
In about less than half a century, Carnegie became rich after living in poverty. I respect Carnegie a great deal for his success and by no means, contribute his success to anything other than his determination, want and persistence. I think this shows that hes a hero because he cares about more than himself and his money. Before his death in 1919, Andrew Carnegie started The Carnegie Corporation to support more charity work after death. That was a very modest thing to do.
The purpose of the corporation was aid colleges, universities, technical schools, and scientific research. Swagg Doc-4 Document four is a graph of the price of steel and how it went down through the years. Just step aside, and stop fighting. The trust was taken over by the German in 1934 and wasn't recreated until 2005. Also, it just so happened to be a large part of shaping the United States of America into what it is today.