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Books
Ford, Henry, and Samuel Crowther. My Life and Work. Garden City, NY: Doubleday,
Page, 1922. Print.
This is a high rated, long book mostly written by Henry Ford himself about his life and
work so far in 1922. This was one of my best sources, and I used it for a number of
quotes and for knowledge about how he ran his company.
Documents
The First Assembly Line, an essay by Henry Ford, 1913. Colbert, David,
ed. Eyewitness to America. New York: Pantheon Books, 1997, pp. 383-384
This is a short essay by Henry Ford talking about the assembly line. He explains why and
how they started using the moving assembly line. I used this source for one quote on my
career page.
Images
$5 a Day Headline. 1914. Detroit.
<http://www.thedetroitbureau.com/2014/01/5-a-day-how-henry-ford-kick-startedthe-american-middle-class/>
This is a picture of a newspaper showing that Henry Ford gave 10 million dollars in profit
to employees. I used this in the career portion of the website.
6 Ford Cars Assembly Line. 1920. N.p
<http://www.doomsteaddiner.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ford-modelt_12.jpg>
I used this image as the header of my home page because it shows the typical Ford
assembly line in 1920. In the picture it shows the Model T body being connected to the
chassis.
Childhood Photo. N.d. Ford Motor Co. Henry Ford 150: Commemorating a Visionary
Legacy in Pictures. Web. 29 Dec. 2014.
<http://ophelia.sdsu.edu:8080/ford/09-29-2013/our-company/heritage/companymilestones-news-detail/commemorating-150-years-of-henry-ford-visionary.html>.
This is a picture of Henry Ford when he was young(does not say anywhere how old he
was). I used this photo to go along next to the paragraph on his early life.

Ford installs the first Assembly line. 1913. Dearborn, Mi.


<http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aso/databank/entries/dt13as.html>
This is a picture of people on the Ford assembly putting together a wheel. It shows how
they started bringing the work to the people and they all had one job. This picture is next
to the paragraph on the assembly line in the career tab.
Interviews
Interview with Henry Ford. Detroit News, November 4, 1916. Reprinted in John B. Rae,
ed. Henry Ford. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1969.
This was an interview with Henry Ford about his business in the early 1910s. He asked
Ford questions about how many cars he made and sold. I used this information to find
that Ford sold all of the cars they were able to make and that it was a matter of how many
cars they made.
Letters
Ford, Henry. "A COMPANY THIRTY YEARS OLD." Letter to Public. 19 June 1933.
MS. Dearborn, Michigan.
Henry Ford wrote about his company to the public on the 30th anniversary of Ford. This
letter talks about some of the accomplishments they had things that they have done to
make it so far. I used this letter to learn about the company and for one quote in the career
tab.
Music
Billy Murray. The Little Ford Rambled Right Along. 1915. Web.
<http://www.fordmodelt.net/music.htm>.
Song about a little Ford car that didnt look all that special but was better built than their
fancy car. I used a clip of this song in the career page to show how the Model T was so
popular that people made songs about it.
Websites
Iacocca, Lee. Henry Ford. Time 100. 07 Dec. 1998.
This is an older time article on mainly the career of Henry Ford written by somebody
who worked at Ford and met Henry Ford. I am using it for career information and why he
did certain things.

Secondary
Images
1920 Ford Model T. N.d. Boldride. Http://www.boldride.com/ride/1920/ford-modelt#gallery/3. Web.
I used this picture of a Model T in my All about Model T page. The image is from a site
that has pictures of all sorts of cars.
1928 Ford Model A Roadster. N.d. Serious Wheels. Web.
<http://www.seriouswheels.com/1920-1929/1928-Ford-Model-A-blackbrown.htm>.
I used this image for the paragraph about the Model A in the Career Continued tab. It is a
fairly recent picture of a restored 1928 Model A.
FORD ACTION STABILIZING MICHIGAN BANKS. The Ypsilanti Daily Press. 21
Feb. 1933: n. pag. Print.
I used this picture of a newspaper to show that Henry Ford bailed out the banks himself
because the government wanted him to. This picture is in the influences tab.
Ford Symbol 1920. N.d. Becuo. Web. 4 Jan. 2015. <http://becuo.com/ford-symbol-1920>.
This picture is the Ford logo from the 1920s. I used it on my home page next to Who is
Henry Ford?.
Model T Price History. N.d. Model T Ford Club of America. Web. 4 Jan. 2015.
<http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/257047/274489.html?1331914455>.
This is a graph showing the prices of the Model T over the years. It is from a forum about
the Model T. I used this graph in the All about Model T page.
Model T Prices by Year. N.d. Model T Ford Club of America. Web.
<http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/257047/274489.html?1331914455>
This is a chart of the Model T prices that I used for the All about Model T page. It is
also from a forum about the Model T.

Videos
Ford Model-T Stock Footage. YouTube. N.p., 12 July 2009. Web. 4 Jan. 2015.
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ujf5naPGAY8>.

This is a short video of the Model T in action. I used it in the All about Model T page
to show what the Model T looks like driving. I also used it to show how the Model T
looks like a basic old, slow car right now but was incredible at the time.
Websites
"Henry Ford." Bio.com. A&E Networks Television, n.d. Web. 28 Sept. 2014.
This website is a long website all about the life of Henry Ford. I used this mostly for
basic early life information like when and where he was born, and also the summary of
his life for other parts of the website.
Henry Ford. A science Odyssey: People and Discoveries. Public Broadcasting System.
28. Oct. 2014
This is another website that summarizes his life, but it focuses more on his early life and
career. I used this information just for the paragraphs on his early life and early career.
Henry Ford changes the world, 1908. Henry Ford changes the world, 1908.
Eyewitness to History, 2005. Web 08 Nov. 2014
This is information on the Henry Fords first car the Model T. It talks about how the
Model T was so big and why it succeeded. I used it for a lot of my information on the
Model T in the career tab.
"Henry Ford: Helped Lead American World War II Production Efforts."History Net. N.p.,
n.d. Web. 02 Jan. 2015. <http://www.historynet.com/henry-ford-helped-leadamerican-world-war-ii-production-efforts.htm>.
This website talks about Henry Fords career, but it goes in depth about how Ford
contributed to the allied victory in World War II. I used this war contribution info at the
end of the page career continued.
Henry Fords $5-a-day Revolution. Press Release. Ford, n.d. Web. 09 Nov. 2014.
This is a website about when Ford declared he would pay his workers $5 per day. I used
this source for information about the revolution and the causes/ effects of it. I also read
learned how the revolution caused the emergence of a middle class.

"History of Ford in Ireland." History of Ford. Ford, n.d. Web. 29 Dec. 2014.

This website is an article from the Ford Motor Co. on Henry Ford's family and how his
fathers family came from Ireland. I used this source for information in the
Childhood/early life page.
"The Ford Model T Specifications." Barefootsworld, May 2007. Web. 04 Jan. 2015.
<http://www.barefootsworld.net/ford-t-specs.html>.
I used this for the page All about Model T within the career page. It has a ton of
information of the specifications of the Model T.

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