Short Biography, Paragraph of “Andrew Carnegie” short paragraph for Class 12 and Graduate Classes

Andrew Carnegie

Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), US industrialist and philanthropist, born in Scotland. As a young immigrant in the US, he started at the bottom in a railway company but rose rapidly and made shrewd investments. During the American Civil War he founded iron and steel firms and established trusts to use his money for the good of the community. He endowed over 1,000 libraries and founded universities and colleges, giving away 300 million dollars in his lifetime.

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