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'''Henry Ford''' lived from 1863 to 1947. He founded the [[Ford Motor Company]] at age 40. An American legend and a patriot, his manufacturing prowess in aviation helped bring about allied victory during [[World War II]].<ref>http://info.detnews.com/redesign/history/story/historytemplate.cfm?id=73&CFID=11765032&CFTOKEN=66041366 Jenny Nolan (January 28, 1997), Willow Run and the Arsenal of Democracy, The Detroit News.</ref>
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'''Henry Ford''' lived from 1863 to 1947. He founded the [[Ford Motor Company]] at age 40. An American legend and a patriot, his manufacturing prowess in aviation helped bring about allied victory during [[World War II]].<ref>http://info.detnews.com/redesign/history/story/historytemplate.cfm?id=73&CFID=11765032&CFTOKEN=66041366 Jenny Nolan, Willow Run and the Arsenal of Democracy, The Detroit News, January 28, 1997.</ref>
 
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“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success,” said Ford. “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”
 
“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success,” said Ford. “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”

Revision as of 20:55, 3 July 2008

Henry Ford next to a Model T car.

Henry Ford lived from 1863 to 1947. He founded the Ford Motor Company at age 40. An American legend and a patriot, his manufacturing prowess in aviation helped bring about allied victory during World War II.[1]

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success,” said Ford. “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”

Achievements

He invented the Model T automobile. This invention completely revolutionized the world of his day. He mass produced his Model T using the assembly line, making cars affordable to the common person for the first time ever. He also paid his workers very well, which, in the long run, paid off as he was creating his own consumers. That too was a new idea. He was also a noted inventor with 161 U.S. patents to his credit.


See also

References

  1. http://info.detnews.com/redesign/history/story/historytemplate.cfm?id=73&CFID=11765032&CFTOKEN=66041366 Jenny Nolan, Willow Run and the Arsenal of Democracy, The Detroit News, January 28, 1997.