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Andrew Carnegie always thought reading was one of the best ways to learn He was also a very generous person in the industrial revolution To be very generous in donations you do need money and he definitely had a lot of money to be generous This generosity completed the industrial revolution He made most of his money with his steel company called the Carnegie Steel Company The Carnegie steel company then changed to the United States Steel Corporation In one year1900 his company made forty million dollars in which twenty-five million went to him alone He capped off all of his money making by selling his huge Steel Corporation to J P Morgan For selling this company Carnegie made over two hundred fifty million dollars He was very generous with all of his money mostly by funding free libraries One of the first things he gave was free public baths in Dunfermline Scotland where he was born He funded free public baths as early as 1869 The first library he funded was built in Scotland in 1881 He funded libraries mostly because he was a big reader himself He self-taught himself by reading books and he knew that books brought him all the way to the top He wanted other people to have the same opportunity as he had by reading books themselves One of Carnegies legendary saying was Free to the People which is carved in stone over the doors of The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Andrew Carnegie would not live forever to keep funding the libraries though He had to come up with an idea that would make it so the libraries would have workers and buy new books A library without workers would just run out of time and the same thing would happen if the library never bought any new books To avoid this Carnegie thought of The Carnegie Formula This meant that the town in which a library
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