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Henry Ford grew up on a farm, in Dearborn. At the age of 16 he grew a fondness of Mechanics, and wanted to create a efficient way of farming.
Ford quickly broadened his idea to horseless carriages and after working on different models, learned that gasoline was the way.
Henry Ford met Thomas Edison and presented Edison with his idea. Edison hired Ford and Ford began working on models encouraged by Edison. In 1896 he created his first vehicle, the Ford Quadricycle.
In 1903 Ford had founded his own company, the Ford Motor Company. He then created the Model T in 1908.
Henry Ford, due to mass orders created the Assembly Line to efficiently create cars.
Henry Ford died in 1947, but his legacy lives on as he has created one of the most important innovations of all time.
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