Cornelius Vanderbilt was a colossal figure. By wise investment, shrewd manipulation, and the use of his fists, he died the wealthiest man in the United States. His life was an epic of the steam age. Here, in this short-form book by historian Bernard A. Weisberger, is his extraordinary story.
|Publisher:||New Word City, Inc.|
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About the Author
Bruce A. Weisberger served as an editor at American Heritage and is a distinguished former history professor at the University of Chicago.