Homestead: Glory&trag

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For more than a century Homestead, Pennsylvania, was the most important steel town in America. The center of the vast Carnegie empire known as U.S. Steel, Homestead fell into industrial decline, and by 1986 the entire operation had shut down. Now a former labor correspondent of The New York Times chronicles its rise and fall. 16 pages of photographs.

Homestead: Glory&trag 1992, Crown Publishing Group (NY), New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780812918861

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