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    (Wikipedia) - Carnegie

    Carnegie may refer to:

    Contents
    • 1 People
    • 2 Institutions
    • 3 Places
    • 4 Sport
    • 5 Other

    People
    • Andrew Carnegie (1835–1919), Scottish-American industrialist and philanthropist, for whom many entries on this page are named
    • Dale Carnegie, motivational speaker and author
    • David Carnegie (entrepreneur), Scottish-Swedish industrialist
    • David Carnegie (explorer), Australian explorer
    • Herb Carnegie Jamaican Canadian hockey player and philanthropist
    • James Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife
    • Mary Elizabeth Carnegie, American nurse and educator
    • Roderick Carnegie, Australian businessman, born 1932
    • Earls of Northesk, surname Carnegie, 1662 to present:
      • John Carnegie, 1st Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 2nd Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 3rd Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 4th Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 5th Earl of Northesk
      • George Carnegie, 6th Earl of Northesk
      • William Carnegie, 7th Earl of Northesk
      • William Carnegie, 8th Earl of Northesk
      • George Carnegie, 9th Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 10th Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 11th Earl of Northesk
      • John Carnegie, 12th Earl of Northesk
      • Robert Carnegie, 13th Earl of Northesk
      • David Carnegie, 14th Earl of Northesk
      • Patrick Carnegy, 15th Earl of Northesk
      • Charles Alexander Carnegy
    • Earls of Southesk, surname Carnegie, 1575 to present:
      • David Carnegie, 1st Earl of Southesk
      • James Carnegie, 2nd Earl of Southesk
      • Robert Carnegie, 3rd Earl of Southesk
      • Charles Carnegie, 4th Earl of Southesk
      • James Carnegie, 5th Earl of Southesk
      • Sir James Carnegie, 3rd Baronet
      • Sir David Carnegie, 4th Baronet
      • Sir James Carnegie, 5th Baronet
      • James Carnegie, 9th Earl of Southesk
      • Charles Carnegie, 10th Earl of Southesk
      • Charles Carnegie, 11th Earl of Southesk
      • James Carnegie, 3rd Duke of Fife
      • David Carnegie, Earl of Southesk
    • Carnegie baronets of Pittarrow:
      • Sir David Carnegie, 1st Baronet
      • Sir John Carnegie, 2nd Baronet
      • Sir James Carnegie, 3rd Baronet
      • Sir David Carnegie, 4th Baronet
      • Sir James Carnegie, 5th Baronet
      • James Carnegie, 9th Earl of Southesk
    InstitutionsNamed for Andrew Carnegie
    • The Carnegie Building, a building on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for which he provided funds
    • Carnegie College, in Dunfermline, Scotland, a former further education college
    • Carnegie Community Centre in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia
    • The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
    • Carnegie Deli, in New York City
    • Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a global think tank with headquarters in Washington, DC, and four other centers:
    • The Carnegie Foundation (disambiguation), several foundations
    • Carnegie Hall, a concert hall in New York City
    • Carnegie Hall, Inc., a regional cultural center in Lewisburg, West Virginia
    • The Carnegie Hero Fund
    • Carnegie Institution for Science, also called Carnegie Institution of Washington (CIW), which conducts scientific research
      • The Carnegie stages of embryonic development
    • Carnegie library, libraries built with grants paid by Carnegie
    • The Carnegie Medal, a British award for children''s literature
    • Carnegie Mellon University
      • Carnegie Institute of Technology (CIT), now part of the Carnegie Mellon University
    • Carnegie Museum of Art, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which awards the
      • Carnegie Prize
    • Carnegie Museum of Natural History, featuring the famous Dinosaur Hall
      • The Carnegie collection, a series of educational figures based on the exhibits in Dinosaur Hall
    • Carnegie Steel Company, for which was named:
      • USS Carnegie (CVE-38)
    • Carnegie United Kingdom Trust, a charitable foundation
    Named for industrialist David Carnegie
    • Carnegie Investment Bank, Swedish investment bank
      • Carnegie Art Award, a Swedish art prize
    PlacesAustralia
    • Carnegie, Victoria, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia
      • Carnegie railway station, Melbourne
    • Lake Carnegie (Western Australia)
    United States
    • Carnegie, California former populated place in San Joaquin County.
    • Carnegie, Minnesota
    • Carnegie, Oklahoma
    • Carnegie, Pennsylvania
    • Carnegie, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
    • Lake Carnegie (New Jersey), at Princeton University
    Sport
    • Carnegie Faculty of Sport and Education at Leeds Metropolitan University
      • Leeds Carnegie, a professional rugby union club, majority-owned by Leeds Metropolitan University
      • Yorkshire Carnegie of the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, a cricket Twenty20Cup team
    • Leeds Carnegie L.F.C., a women''s football team from Leeds
    Other
    • Clan Carnegie, a lowland Scottish clan.
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