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Who was Henry Ford?

Henry Ford was the founder of the Ford Motor Company. He invented  the Quadricycle, the first "horseless carriage" that he produced.  Its popularity helped fund and launch F (MORE)

What Did Henry Ford do?

Henry Ford made his first car in 1896 and sold it for $200. He then invested that money, along with $15,000 from a prospective partner and created Ford's Detroit Automobile Co (MORE)
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Who is Henry Ford and what did he do?

(born July 30, 1863, Wayne county, Mich., U.S. - died April 7, 1947, Dearborn, Mich.) U.S. industrialist and pioneer automobile manufacturer. Ford worked his way up from a mac (MORE)

Where did King Henry II die?

King Henry II of England was born in Le Mans, France on March 5,  1133. He passed away in Chinon, France on July 6, 1189, at the age  of 56. Henry II is buried at Fontevraud (MORE)

Who or was Henry Ford?

Ford was an inventor. Henry Ford made his first car in 1896 and sold it for $200. He then invested that money, along with $15,000 from a prospective partner and created Ford's (MORE)

How did henry ii of france die?

At a tournament, jousting against a Scottish knight named Montgomery, he broke a lance and a splinter went through the ventails of his helm and into his eye. He died about 5 d (MORE)

What did Henry II do in his reign?

Besides martyring Thomas Beckett and contributing 50% of his DNA to the worst king in English history, Henry II made some of the most constitutionally important improvements t (MORE)

What lands did Henry II rule?

Henry II ruled England and parts of Wales, Ireland, and Scotland. He was also the lord of a large amount of land in France, including Maine, Normandy, Anjou, Aquitaine, and Ga (MORE)