JP Morgan

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In the late 1800s' economy there were many Americans who considered themselves to be business affiliated, but really didn't understand the full meaning of a business or knowing any financial obligations within a business. However, there was one peculiar man John Pierpont Morgan also know as J.P. Morgan who stood out to be a triumphant entrepreneur of many Americans in the late 1800s U.S. Economy. J.P. Morgan born and raised in a well know city Hartford which is one of the biggest cities in Connecticut, on April 1837. He had a mother who cared for her family while a farther who was being placed up as an associate at major company in Boston, MA. Growing up, J.P. Morgan struggled with physical health problems that caused to him to become an outcast to his friends and society. Therefore, because of his health problems, his numerous of spasms, and the pain, it was difficult for him to continue to seek medical help at that time. However as J.P. Morgan got older, he began to heal quicker while he was continuing to master his educational goals. When John completed primary schooling, his family decided to relocate to another city where they know that John would be able to excel in a prominent school where he could utilize his skills and talents more effectively. As time progress, J. P. had mastered his way with his secondary education. The family decided it was time to move again and at that time John was ready to go to college. He planned to enroll in a University where could possibly receive a degree in mathematics. He finally decided that since they were living in London he would sign up at the University in Germany. During his duration at the University, John met the Amelia Sturges. While married, Amelia suffered with a disease that took a turn for the worse. In the early 1860s', Amelia departed life from John. Years later, John decided to remarry to Frances Tracy. Being in school, it helped John to begin to think a great deal of business. His father had decided that he would give his son a chance to experience the business side of life by seeking him a job in New York at Duncan, Sherman & Company in which his father was well known and such a notable man and had established a large asset within this company.

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