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    of the Model T and eventually the Model A. The inventor that made these things was Henry Ford. When he was a kid, he used to take apart watches, to find how they worked then put them back together, when he was 13 he was a watch repairman he didn't want to stop there. When his mom died, he left the farm he lived in, he said that he never liked farm work, just the mom that worked on the farm. He moved to Detroit to work on steam engines, this whole time he was working, he was also reading books and studying, this prepared him for the rest of his life. A couple years later he moved back to Dearborn, to become an engineer.…

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    Henry Ford

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    1938, Henry Ford accepted the Grand Cross of the German Eagle, the Nazi’s regime’s highest medal for a foreigner? Henry Ford may have been the first to make an affordable and reliable car for America, and many people looked up to him for it, so did the Nazi’s, but they looked up to him for a different reason. He wrote and published anti-Semitic writings. Henry also expressed admiration for Adolf Hitler and Germany. Ford accepted many achievements, some were not ones that people would be…

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    Henry Ford Biography

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    not being able to buy a Ford. Without Henry Ford it wouldn’t be possible. He produced quality automobiles that were affordable, and still does to this day. His automobiles were so affordable, many people could buy them. He took productivity and customer satisfaction to a new level. Ford tried his best to satisfy all his customers and make an automobile that would last. His was also a great business man who knew how to make money, and have a productive business. Henry Ford positively impacted…

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    Henry Ford As A Machinist

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    Henry Ford was a machinist, He worked both night and day, To give this world a flivver, That has made her shivver, And speeded her on her way, Now he is a billionaire, But his record is fair, He is humanity’s friend. - Henry Ford Henry Ford did not only impact the lives of those back in the 1900s, but as well as the lives of individuals today. He started a revolution that no one else had, or could of. Ford founded the Ford Motor Company in 1903 in Detroit, Michigan. He announced in 1914, that…

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    Henry Ford Impact

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    Henry Ford’s Impacts on Mobilization A major start of the automobile was Henry Ford. He always wanted to help make a way for the middle class to have some of the luxuries of the upper class. His way was the Ford car. One of Henry’s greatest quotes from the book Who Was Henry Ford stated “To do for the world more than the world does for you-that is success” (Michael Burgan 61). This was Henry’s overall goal in life and he thoroughly finished it by allowing people to become more mobile and…

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    Henry Ford Franchise

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    Henry Ford Have you ever heard of Henry Ford? Henry is the creator of the Ford automobile franchise. The Ford franchise is one of the most successful car companies in the world! When Henry was a little boy he lived on a farm with his parents William and Mary Ford. When he was thirteen his father,William, gave Henry a timepiece. Moments after he received the timepiece he took it apart and reassembled the time piece. Soon after he did that he everyone in the neighborhood wanted him to fix…

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    Henry Ford Launched the era of the mass-produced automobile. He used machines such as the assembly line to make production faster then ever before. Ford founded the Ford Motor Car Company, which remained as one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the world into the 1990s. Because of this he entrepreneur jump started the automobile industry. The inventor illuminated the world by making it easy to get a car, thus the car is a staple of modern life. Due to this he is regarded as one of the…

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    Henry Ford Biography Essay

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    Henry Ford is known as one of America’s foremost industrialists who revolutionized the assembly line modes and production of the automobile. Ford was born July 30, 1863, in Michigan, and passed away on April 7, 1947. After a few trials of building cars and companies, in 1903, Henry Ford established the Ford Motor Company. Ford introduced the development of the moving assembly line and is credited for helping build America’s economy in the nation’s vulnerable years (“Henry Ford Biography” 1).…

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    Henry Ford Research Paper

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    Henry Ford was an innovator. He did not invent the automobile, not even the assembly line but he was the reason for revolutionizing the automobile from an invention into an innovation that greatly molded the 20th century and his work continues to impact our lives today. Henry Ford was born on July 30, 1863, near Dearborn, Michigan on his families farm. He was the best at fixing things from a young age starting with his fathers pocket watches then his friends. At the age of 16, Ford was not…

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    In the year of 1903 the Ford Motor Company was founded and created by a man name Henry Ford, who from an early age had a love for creating and building machinery. His eye in detail and ideas helped shaped Ford to create one of the Americans earliest favorite vehicles. While searching into his background, Ford has had many ups and down to create the perfect automobile for the public and quite a bit of resistance from people who had invested or backed him up over ideas he had; which seemed over…

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