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At the suggestion of his friend Benjamin Ruff, Frick helped to found the exclusive South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club high above Johnstown, Pennsylvania. During the confrontation Frick issued an ultimatum to Homestead workers, which restated his refusal to speak with union representatives and threatened to have striking workers evicted from their homes.
The charter members of the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club were Benjamin Ruff; T. Among working-class Americans, Frick's actions against the strikers were condemned as excessive, and he soon became a target of even more union organizers.
This partnership ensured that Carnegie's steel mills had adequate supplies of coke. Carnegie made multiple attempts to force Frick out of the company they had created by making it appear that the company had nowhere left to go and that it was time for Frick to retire. Upon their landing, a large mêlée between workers and Pinkerton detectives ensued.
Despite the contributions Frick had made towards Andrew Carnegie's fortune, Carnegie disregarded him in many executive decisions including finances. Ten men were killed, nine of them workers, and there were seventy injuries.