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Rockefeller is Born July 8, John D. Rockefeller is born in Richford, New York to William and Eliza Rockefeller.
Childhood Father moves the family to Owego, New York, following allegations of rape.
Schooling John D. Rockefeller drops out of high school and enters a professional school.
“Job Day” September 26, John D. Rockefeller gets his first job, he would celebrate this day for rest of his life.
Civil War Civil War begins, at first hurt the oil industry but eventually would make Rockefeller a very rich man.
The Start of Oil Rockefeller gets into the oil business starts out in Cleveland, Ohio.
Marriage September 8, John D. Rockefeller marries Laura Celestia Spelman.
Rockefeller becomes a Father Laura gives birth to John’s first son. John D. Rockefeller owns the largest refinery in Cleveland.
The Largest Corporation Rockefeller founds Standard Oil of Ohio which is the largest corporation in America.
Scandal Rockefeller is tainted by the scandal surrounding the South Improvement Company scheme, a secret alliance between major refiners and the railroads.
The Beginning of a Monopoly A Depression hits the United States but Standard Oil takes advantage and takes over companies in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York, and Pennsylvania's Oil Region.
Oil Refineries Rockefeller at age 38 owns about 90% of all the oil refined in the United States.
Efficiency Standard Oil makes its business more efficient and therefore undersells all of its competitors.
Globalization Mid 1880’s- Standard Oil starts to sell Globally, and eventually sells more to other countries than they do the United States.
John D. Rockefeller has to go to the stand and gives his testimony after an investigation has been done on Standard Oil.
Retirement Rockefeller decides to retire from Standard Oil gradually and didn’t want people to know about it.
A True Monopoly 1890’s- Standard Oil has taken over everything and has no competition.
The President Theodore Roosevelt attacks Standard Oil and Rockefeller. The U.S. government has lawsuits against Standard Oil and its monopoly.
The Fall of Standard Oil The United States calls for Standard Oil to be dismantled within six months.
Giving Back Rockefellers makes a foundation "to promote the wellbeing of mankind throughout the world."
The Death of the Oil Tycoon Rockefeller dies at the age of 97, three years short of his goal.
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