The classic book by a man who made a fortune when it was hard to do so. From the book:"Perseverance is sometimes but another word for self-reliance. Many persons naturally look on the dark side of life, and borrow trouble." - P.T. Barnum
Version: 1.0The classic book by a man who made a fortune when it was hard to do so. From the book:"Stephen Girard started life as a poor cabin boy, and died worth nine million dollars. A.T.
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Stewart was a poor Irish boy; and he paid taxes on a million and a half dollars of income, per year. John Jacob Astor was a poor farmer boy, and died worth twenty millions.
Cornelius Vanderbilt began life rowing a boat from Staten Island to New York; he presented our government with a steamship worth a million of dollars, and died worth fifty million." - P.T. Barnum