1. Henry Ford repeated the concept of collecting historic structures with the creation of Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan.
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2. Henry Ford moved the schoolhouse supposedly referred to in the nursery rhyme, "Mary Had a Little Lamb", from Sterling, Massachusetts, and purchased the historic Wayside Inn.
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6. Henry Ford had a vacation residence in Fort Myers, Florida next to that of Thomas Edison, which he bought in 1915 and used until approximately 1930.
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8. Henry Ford was instrumental in developing charcoal briquets, under the brand name "Kingsford".
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9. Henry Ford cultivated a relationship with George Washington Carver for this purpose.
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10. Henry Ford published an anti-smoking book, circulated to youth in 1914, called The Case Against the Little White Slaver, which documented many dangers of cigarette smoking attested to by many researchers and luminaries.
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11. The Grand Lodge of New York confirms that Henry Ford was a Freemason, and was raised in Palestine Lodge No 357, Detroit, in 1894.
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13. In 1913, Henry Ford attempted to enter a reworked Model T in the Indianapolis 500 but was told rules required the addition of another 1,000 pounds to the car before it could qualify.
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14. For many Germans, Henry Ford embodied the essence of successful Americanism.
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15. Henry Ford sent his engineers and technicians to the Soviet Union to help install the equipment and train the working force, while over a hundred Soviet engineers and technicians were stationed at Ford's plants in Detroit and Dearborn "for the purpose of learning the methods and practice of manufacture and assembly in the Company's plants.
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18. In 1912, Henry Ford cooperated with Giovanni Agnelli of Fiat to launch the first Italian automotive assembly plants.
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28. Henry Ford had opposed America's entry into World War II and continued to believe that international business could generate the prosperity that would head off wars.
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30. Henry Ford plants in the United Kingdom produced tractors to increase the British food supply, as well as trucks and aircraft engines.
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31. Henry Ford talked to President Wilson about the mission but had no government support.
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35. Henry Ford created a huge publicity machine in Detroit to ensure every newspaper carried stories and ads about the new product.
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36. Henry Ford was one of the early backers of the Indianapolis 500.
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