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Important People We Have Talked About---Industrialists
Andrew Carnegie November 25, August 11, 1919 Scottish-American Industrialist, businessman, entrepreneur Owned Carnegie Steel Company and merged to form US Steel A Captain of Industry
John D. Rockefeller July 8, 1839 – May 23, 1937 American Industrialist Founder of Standard Oil Company Richest person in history Founder of University of Chicago and Rockefeller University
Gustavus Swift June 24, 1839 – March 29, 1903 Founded the Meat Packing Empire in Midwest Credited with first Ice-Cooled Car Allowed meat to be shipped further distances
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