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Henry Ford Grows Up
Henry Ford was born on July 30,1863. He grew up on his parents farm in Wayne Country, Michigan. He...
4 Door Cars
Its Old School in the New days again . Bring back the old days to the new ones
Henry Ford Museum
These are some of my favorite things at Henry Ford Museum. We took a field trip there on May 6, 201...
green feild village
some of my favorite things here are the frozen custard the model T ride was awsome and i loved the t...
things i saw at greenfirld village
Model T Ford
The Evolution of Food Storage
This exhibit shows the evolution of food storage, from glass chamber pots, to electronic heated bean...
The steamboat was the first auto powered water moblies that traveled up and down the main river bend...
Carpet sweeper history
Ford Motor Company. How, Why and When did Henry Ford start his company?
Inventions By Thomas Edison
This exhibit will show the inventions that Thomas Edison had made in the 20th century and a little a...
First Phone Created
The First Phone created was in the 1870s, two inventors Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell both i...
The First Vacuum Cleaner
This will show the history of the first Vacuum Cleaner invented by Hubert Cecil Booth.
Hershey bars have been enjoyed by millions and many can distinguish that delicious milk chocolate ta...
These are board games invented a long time ago that we still play today.
George Claude first invented neon lights in Paris, December 11, 1910. He created neon lights and pat...
Henry Ford & The Model-T
Somewhere in Time
The iconic objects of The Henry Ford presented in virtual space
How do presidents get elected? How do they maintain their image? What does the public see? What is...
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