Homestead Steel Works

Pittsburgh, United States

Homestead Steel Works

Homestead Steel Works was a large steel works located on the Monongahela River at Homestead, Pennsylvania in the United States. The company developed in the nineteenth century as an extensive plant served by tributary coal and iron fields, a railway 425 miles (684 km) long, and a line of lake steamships. The works was the site of one of the more serious labor disputes in U.S. history, which became known as the Homestead strike of 1892.



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