Seven Iron Men

Seven Iron Men
Author : Paul De Kruif
Publisher : U of Minnesota Press
Total Pages : 241
Release : 2007-09-01
ISBN 10 : 9780816652624
ISBN 13 : 0816652627
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Seven Iron Men Book Description:

An account of the discovery and development of the great iron deposits of the Mesabi Range describes how the seven Merritt brothers found the iron ore in 1890, only to lose control of the resource and the wealth that it would bring to powerful industrialist John D. Rockefeller. Reprint.


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