Henry Ford
Henry Ford was one of America’s leaders in the car manufacturing industry he
pioneered the beginning of the automotive industry. Beginning as early as 1896,

Henry Ford had established his first automobile in a brick garage behind his
house on Bagley Avenue in Detroit. He had assembled one of the first successful
automotive runs on pure gasoline. It was a simple two cylinder, two stroke
engine. Edward Keller’s, "Mr. Ford-What have you done?" depicts much of

Ford’s life in the automotive industry. The book talked about how Ford had
started his empire. How when he was 16 years old, he left home to pursue his
dream in inventing "mechanical things" that would benefit the common need of
all families in the United States. How he got a job in a steam engine factory
making a mere $2.50 a week but due to his rent being $4.00 a month, he had to
get a second job repairing watches for $2.00 a week. Later on Ford then got a
job working for Detroit Edison Electric Company where he was fortunate enough to
meet the very famous Thomas Edison. After meeting Thomas, Ford’s career began
to take off as an automotive producer. In 1888, Henry Ford married Clara Bryant
and shortly there after, he moved to Detroit. After saving some money working
for the electric company with the help of A. J. Malcomson, Ford was able to
start up his Ford Motor Company. On June 16, 1903, the Ford Motor Company was
incorporated with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford

Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor

Company, the Ford Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000 capital. After
this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000
capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford Motor Company was incorporated
with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford Motor Company was
incorporated with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford

Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor

Company, the Ford Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000 capital. After
this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000
capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford Motor Company was incorporated
with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford Motor Company was
incorporated with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor Company, the Ford

Motor Company was incorporated with $28,000 capital. After this, Ford Motor

Company quickly emerged as the nations leading automobile producer. Edward

Keller was able to completely outline the life of Henry Ford from the beginning
of his automobile industry up until the day he died. Edward Keller was able to
tell us about Ford’s early life as well as what everyone knows him for. From
the beginning of the model "N", "K", and finely the mass production of
the model "T", he was clearly able to outline the life of Henry Ford through
his success in the development of the Ford Motor Company. Many topics were
covered in the story about Henry Ford. From the beginning of his years working
at the electric company up into his death in the evening of April 7,1947. His
successes as well as his failures were all generalized into one book about his
life. From the upside and early mass production of Ford cars, to the downfall
with the lawsuit by the Dodge family who owned 10% of the stocks of Ford Motor

Company. The subject of this book was very comprehensive as well. It covered all
aspects of Henry Ford’s life that dealt with his automotive industry. The
subject was treated as such that the reader felt like he/she was growing up with

Henry Ford in a sense. Beginning with his early years and finding yourself
emerging almost like you were with Ford in his successes. Edward Keller was very
careful in outlining Henry Ford’s life. He introduced the readers to Ford in a
clear and comprehensive chronological order. The book was very carefully
organized in outlining both the good and bad parts of Henry Ford’s life. The
author wanted in a sense to give his readers an overview of what Henry Ford was
really like. He didn’t want to put Ford up on a pedestal or tear him down. He
wanted to give the reader a real life depiction of who Ford was, how he
accomplished what he did, and how he overcame some of his battles. In a sense,
maybe to inspire his readers to look at themselves that maybe they will say"hay, maybe I can do