He gave the car to the world.
Henry Ford, was born on July 30 in 1863, He was the first of six children his parents William and Mary Ford. He grew up on aprosperous family farm in Greenfield towship (near Detroit, Michigan). Henry enjoyed a childhood typical of the rural nineteenth century, spending days in a one-room school and doing farm chores. His fathergave him a pocket watch in his early teens. At 15, Ford dismantled and reassembled the timepieces of friends and neighbors dozens of times, gaining the reputation of a watch repairman. At the age ofsixteen He lives his family because he showed an interest in mechanical things and a dislike for farm work, then He go to Detroit to work in a little machine shops.
In 1876, at the age of justtwelve years Henry ford lost his mother He was devastated. At the same year his Father expected him to eventually take over the family farm, but He despised farm work., He was passing walking by the sideof the street on his way to the farm of his parents when he soo a machine that was moving and He like it, after that He really love the machine and he star to now how does the machine work. After thatHe knew that his passion was the machines and He decide to told his Father "I never had any particular love for the farm—it was the mother on the farm I loved." and He leave his farm and go toDetroit to work in a machine shop He look everything and learn a lot and he become engineer with the Edison Illuminating Company.
In 1879, he work with the Detroit Dry Dock Co. In 1882, He returned toDearborn to work on the family farm, where He became adept at operating the Westinghouse portable steam engine. He was later hired by Westinghouse company to service their steam engines. During thisperiod Ford also studied bookkeeping at Goldsmith, Bryant & Stratton Business College in Detroit.
Ford married Clara Ala Bryant at the age of 25, in the year 1888 and They had a single child:...
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