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E. Benjamin Andrews, History of the United States, Volume V (Charles Scribner's Sons, New York. 1912).

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Carnegie Steel Works

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The Carnegie Steel Works, showing the shield used by the strikers when firing the cannon and watching the Pinkerton men during the Homestead strike.