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As a young boy, Charles M. Schwab knew how to entertain his family and friends. He had lots of musical talent and an outgoing personality. He might have succeeded in show business but, instead, he went into the steel industry. He started out as a laborer in Andrew Carnegie's mill and eventually rose to become president of United States Steel. Read this PragerU Kids biographical magazine to discover how Schwab became one of the world's greatest steelmakers.
Created for children in 3rd through 5th grade, PragerU’s beautifully illustrated biographical magazines are packed with facts and fun to teach elementary students about important figures often mischaracterized or forgotten in today’s classrooms.