Andrew Carnegie’s decision to aid library construction developed using his experience. Born in 1835, he spent his first 12 years inside the coastal city of Dunfermline, Scotland. There he listened to men read aloud and discuss books borrowed in the Tradesmen’s Subscription Library that his father, a weaver, had helped create. Carnegie began his formal education at age eight, but were forced to stop after only 36 months. The rapid industrialization with the textile trade forced small businessmen like Carnegie’s father through business. Consequently, your family sold their belongings and immigrated to Allegheny, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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