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The Life of Henry Ford


Learn about the life of Henry Ford and his work and experiments that lead to the invention of the Quadricycle and, finally, the Model T, which was introduced in 1908. This site offers a glimpse into Ford's childhood, his work at the Edison Illuminating Company as an engineer, and the growth of the Ford Motor Company. Click links to find a chronology, interesting facts, and lists of books and sites for further exploration.

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