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        Brooklyn Bridge | The Gilded Age (1870-1910) | U.S. History

        The Brooklyn Bridge under construction. The four main cables of the bridge were made up of 5000 strands of steel wire, held by steel-link eyebars foreground. A group of men stand on a cable, a sign says 'Safe for only 25 men at one time. Do not walk close together, nor run, jump or trot. Break step !' . The engineer John A. Roebling was killed during the work leaving his son Washingon to finish the bridge. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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