Henry Ford for Kids

Henry Ford for Kids

His Life and Ideas, With 21 Activities

eBook - 2016
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An in-depth and realistic portrait of the man who "put America on wheels" Detailing Henry Ford's childhood as a precocious farm-boy mechanic, his revolutionary labor and production ideas, and the lasting legacy of his widespread philanthropy, author Ronald A. Reis also does not shy away from his eccentricities. The issues that stirred controversy are discussed, such as the industrialist's anti-Semitic views and his pacifist beliefs. Packed with historic photos and illuminating sidebars, Henry Ford for Kids brings the turn of the 20th century to life, touching on related topics such as the popularity of "auto polo," the Great War, and the life of industrial architect Albert Kahn. Twenty-one hands-on activities encourage budding innovators to apply engineering and production ideas and learn more about the era as kids will build a lemon-powered battery, make a moving assembly line, learn to dance the waltz, design an automobile dashboard, and much more.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Chicago Review Press, [2016]
Copyright Date: 016
ISBN: 9781613730935
9781613730904
Branch Call Number: 921 Ford
Description: 1 online resource (144 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)

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