Andrew Carnegie truly lived the American dream. In his youth, he immigrated from Scotland to the United States. Starting out as a telegraph operator, he eventually became the richest man in America. He revolutionized the production of steel, helping establish the United States as an industrial superpower. After building his fortune, he dedicated his life to giving it away, becoming one of history's greatest philanthropists. In this biographical magazine, we cover this brilliant and generous industrialist.
Created for children in 3rd through 5th grade, PragerU’s beautifully illustrated biographical magazines are packed with facts and fun to teach elementary students about important figures often mischaracterized or forgotten in today’s classrooms.