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Henry Ford is regarded as the Father of Modern Assembly Lines and pioneered the use of soybean made plastics for car bodies fueled by ethanol. Ford was awarded the Car Entrepreneur of the Century and finds a place in the Gallup’s List of Widely Admired People of the 20th Century, published in 1999. HENRY FORD HERITAGE ASSOCIATION’S MISSION

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For several years I had wanted to build a scale model of Henry Ford's first engine. I had looked for information or pictures for some time but did not find any help. One day I was looking in an old Floyd Clymer book and there to my surprise was a drawing of Henry's 1894 engine. After calming down, work was started right away building the engine.

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Ford was born on July 30, 1863 on a family farm in Michigan to William Ford and Mary Litogot and was the first of six children. In 1888, Ford married Clara ala Bryant and they had one son, Edsel Ford. Edsel was groomed to take over the family automobile business. He served as the president of the Ford Motor Company from 1919 until his death in ...

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Henry Ford was an Episcopalian Christian. by the way, Ford did not support Hitler. Hitler admired Ford:" Adolf Hitler kept a life-size portrait of Ford next to his desk. "I regard Henry Ford as my inspiration," Hitler told a Detroit News reporter two years before becoming the Chancellor of Germany in 1933.

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On May 21, speaking at the Ford Motor Company’s Rawsonville plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan, Donald Trump paid his latest homage to Henry Ford, lauding the family’s “good bloodlines” with Ford’s great grandson sitting in the front row. Ford, like Trump, was obsessed with bloodlines—with the idea that race and genetic origins determined who counted as the “best people.”

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Henry Ford Is Dead at 83 in Dearborn By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. DETROIT, April 7--Henry Ford, noted automotive pioneer, died at 11:40 tonight at the age of 83. He had retired a little more than a year and a half ago from active direction of the great industrial empire he founded in 1903.

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Henry Ford, born July 30, 1863, was the first of William and Mary Ford's six children. He grew up on a prosperous family farm in what is today Dearborn, Michigan. At an early age, he showed an interest in mechanical things and a dislike for farm work.

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I believe that although the character of Henry Ford is very questionable, his creation of the Model T, and his idea of mass production was a positve influence on American society. Ford's creation allowed for a creation of suburban life which led to a healthier lifestyle for adults and children.

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Fordlandia by National Book Award finalist Greg Grandin tells the enthralling tale of Henry Ford's failed attempts to transform a Connecticut-sized chunk of Brazilian rainforest into a homespun slice of American utopia. "Fordlandia is . a genuinely readable history recounted with a novelist's sense of pace and an eye for character. It is a significant contribution [that is] grossly en...