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Descripción de editorial

In 1900, Pittsburgh's East End neighborhood was the world's richest. It represented the opulence, power, and greed of 19th-century capitalism. And for many it was statement of hope and motivation. In a short walk, one might run into Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, George Westinghouse, H. J. Heinz, a member of the Mellon family or of the United States Congress. This book traces the lives of this influential coterie and their impact on American industry, culture and history.

GÉNERO
Historia
PUBLICADO
2010
agosto 15
LENGUAJE
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
248
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Algora Publishing
VENDEDOR
Algora Publishing
TAMAÑO
1.2
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