1903. This is a wonderful book for any reader who is curious about Carnegie, Frick, Schwab or the other personalities of the time. Or anyone who is interested in how to build a business, or is intrigued by the history of the Carnegie Steel Company. This is the definitive book on the steel industry. Contents: The Humble Beginning; A Most Hazardous Enterprise; Early Struggles and Successes; Iron Railway Bridges; A Rivalry of Great Furnaces; Beginnings and Growth of the Steel Business; Some Inside Financial History; Quarrels and Ejectures; A Glance at Processes; The Rise and Growth of Homestead; The Incoming of Henry Clay Frick; The Capture of the Duquesne Steel Works; Labor Contests in Theory and Practice; The Homestead Battle; Attempted Assassination of Mr. Frick; The Aftermath of War; A Reluctant Supremacy; The Workings of the Corporate Mind; The Zenith of Prosperity; Carnegie's Attempt to Depose Frick; The Failure of the Iron-Clad; The Atlantic City Compromise; and The Billion-Dollar Finale.Bridge, James H. is the author of 'Carnegie Millions And the Men Who Made Them Being the Inside History of the Carnegie Steel Company' with ISBN 9780766189263 and ISBN 0766189260.