Andrew Carnegie Bibliography and Book Reviews
Andrew Carnegie's Autobiography
"But these were merely interesting happenings in his life as compared with his great inspirations – his distribution of wealth, his passion for world peace, and his love for mankind."
John C. Van Dyke, Editor’s Note, Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie
Andrew Carnegie Biographies
"When one contemplates the steel industry and its most glorious figure, he finds himself facing the whole modern world which was blown from the Bessemer furnace. This is not merely a biography, but an absorbingly told study of an epoch.”
Mark S. Watson, Baltimore Sun, November 20, 1932
Andrew Carnegie's Quotes, Books and Publications
"This is our God-like mission: that every individual in his day and generation push this march upward, so that each succeeding generation may be better than the preceding."
Andrew Carnegie, The Empire of Business,1913
After reading “Round the World,” I found Andrew Carnegie a man of adventure. To set off on an around the world “excursion” of eight months in 1878 would seem to make the point.
"Certainly 'The Empire of Business' is a work of great interest and usefulness, and its style is such as to place its contents clearly and briefly before the reader."
The Baltimore Sun, April 17, 1902
Amazingly, there are a significant number of reviews. One witticism noted that instead of having four-in-hand in Britain, Mr. Andrew Carnegie … had millions-in-hand in America.