The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Andrew Carnegie

Narrated By: Antony Ferguson

Publisher: Tantor Media

Date: April 2012

Duration: 11 hours 38 minutes


Andrew Carnegie was an immigrant, a poor boy who worked in a cotton mill, a man who amassed a great fortune as a steel baron and then became one of the most generous and influential philanthropists the world has ever known. His famous dictum, that he who dies rich dies disgraced, has inspired philanthropists and philanthropic enterprises for generations. During his own lifetime, he put his ideas into action by creating a family of organizations that continue to work toward improving the human condition, advancing international peace, strengthening democracy, and creating societal progress that benefits men, women, and children in the United States and around the globe.Here, in his own words, Mr. Carnegie tells the dramatic story of his life and career, outlining the principles that he lived by and that today serve as the pillars of modern philanthropy.


  • Alex Gretter

    Amazing! I love that the autobiographical accounts of Americas first and arguably most impactful minds of the industrial era are available to listen to. Being an entrepreneur myself, 100 years after men like Carnegie, I find myself searching for genuine mentorship and finding it in many of the biographies of people who lived in a much different time. It feels like I am having conversations with them which without the ability to listen to them in this way, I would not be able to learn from them at the very time. I can use the knowledge to make a difference for my own clients. Also, this narrator is great! Thank you.

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