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Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. 15-minute presentation in Scotch Settlement School in which students are guided through a 19th century civics lesson.   View Website   View Summary
 
Facilitated Activity in Henry Ford Museum. Assist in the assembly of an authentic Model T. Spend as much or as little time as you want.    View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Henry Ford Museum. A 30-minute musical and dramatic program that addresses the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s.   View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. Meet Thomas Edison the day after he introduced the world's first practical incandescent light bulb in this live one-man show.    View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. 15-minute play about Elijah McCoy's journey to overcome racial injustice and register 57 patents.   View Website   View Summary
 
Facilitated Activity at Ford Rouge Factory Tour. During this 10-minute assembly line activity, visitors work together to discover the teamwork and flexibility of the modern moving assembly line.    View Website   View Summary
 
Facilitated Activity in Henry Ford Museum. Visitors assemble miniature wooden Model Ts using station and moving assembly line methods. 20-minute program.    View Website   View Summary
 
Take a ride to explore historic modes of transportation, including the Weiser Railroad, horsedrawn omnibus, Model T and the carousel.   View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. Orville, Wilbur, and their sister, Katharine, tell the dramatic tale of their first flights on December 17, 1903.    View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. This powerful and interactive 20-minute presentation shares inspirational stories of slavery through the narratives that were left behind and through the music and stories that sustained the enslaved people as they hoped for freedom.   View Summary
 
Dramatic presentation in Greenfield Village. Meet young Laura Ingalls before she became a teacher in this 15-minute show celebrating Little Town on the Prairie. Hear some of Laura’s favorite stories about her family’s time in DeSmet, South Dakota including the return of Nellie Oleson and the first time she met Almanzo Wilder. (Near Scotch Settlement School)   View Website   View Summary
 
Special Event outside & in Henry Ford Museum. A two-day, family-friendly celebration of arts, crafts, engineering, food, music, science and technology projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset.   View Website   View Summary
 
Facilitated Activity at Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Step outside the Rouge and see how the ecosystem of this industrial setting, including soil, water, and air, has been transformed through sustainable design.    View Website   View Summary
 
The Henry Ford offers amazing camp experiences. Discovery Camp® is our week-long history-based camps for children going into the 2nd through 9th grade. Each level has its own theme and related crafts and activities.   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. Favorite stories from Mark Twain's book come alive in this 15-minute show.    View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. Inspiring and sobering 15-minute program about life for enslaved people.    View Website   View Summary
 
Dramatic Presentation in Greenfield Village. 20-minute dramatic presentation on Women's Suffrage Movement.   View Website   View Summary
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Expert Set in Online Collections. Artifacts in The Henry Ford's unparalled Industrial Revolution collection for you to browse & study.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Interactive Module. Investigate the daily lives of the Daggetts, a colonial family living in northeastern Connecticut.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. The photographers of the Detroit Publishing Company, founded in 1895, brought the world to everyone's living room.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit of The Henry Ford's historic costume collection. Much can be learned about societies and individuals by examining the way clothing was made and what people wore.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Explore R. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion House - the only surviving prototype of Fuller's vision for mass-produced, affordable housing.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Interactive. Access our easy-to-use digital galleries, research, then create and post your own online exhibitions. Exhibits can be shared online.    View Website   View Summary
 
Student handout. Show students how to take on the tasks of researching, collecting, organizing, and writing for an online exhibit using The Henry Ford's cool ExhibitBuilder online tool.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Video interview with curator Bob Casey and article on Henry Ford, founder of Ford Motor Company, inventor of the Model T and innovator of the moving assembly line.   View Website   Watch Video   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Timeline of the history of Ford Motor Company.    View Website   View Summary
 
Research material. Information on Henry Ford’s story, the Model T, the assembly line and innovation from the curators of The Henry Ford. Includes hyperlinks to artifacts in The Henry Ford's Online Collections. *For ease of use, downloading is recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Research Material. Information on American auto racing from the curators of The Henry Ford. Includes hyperlinks to artifacts in The Henry Ford's Online Collections. *For ease of use, downloading is recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Research Material. Information on the American auto industry and its impact, automobile issues today and 20th-century migration and immigration from the curators of The Henry Ford. Includes hyperlinks to artifacts in The Henry Ford's Online Collections. *For ease of use, downloading is recommended.    Get Document   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. Learn about glass making, the paper mill, and workers with disabilities at the Rouge.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit of Herman Miller furniture and product literature collections. Herman Miller, Inc., a Zeeland, Michigan company founded in 1923, has become a leader in design and manufacture of modern furniture.   View Website   View Summary
 
Exhibit in Henry Ford Museum. Explore the early days of flight. Online exhibit, downloadable lesson plans and student "pilot logs" available.    View Website   View Summary
 
Educational materials supplementing the IMAX film Jerusalem. Discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to three major religions through the stories of Jewish, Christian and Muslim families who call Jerusalem home.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Video of national town hall meeting hosted in Henry Ford Museum. Video discusses the equality and opportunity cited in Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.   Watch Video   View Summary
 
Interactive Module. Explore artifacts, stories and the cramped quarters of an enslaved carpenter at Georgia's Hermitage Plantation.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online Interactive Module. Follow a fictional family as they purchase and use their first automobile.    View Website   View Summary
 
Website from The Henry Ford. Collection of oral histories from today's visionaries; includes video, transcripts, and contextual information. Connects today's and yesterday's innovators.    View Website   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. Looks at the Rouge’s contentious and sometimes violent labor history. Each image is accompanied by background information chronicling the five-year struggle to organize the Rouge.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Each month, our curators choose unique and interesting items from our collection to showcase.   View Website   View Summary
 
Bibliography of books and websites on Rosa Parks. Appropriate for grades 6-12 and adult readers.    Get Document   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. Examines sophisticated technological and environmental innovations at the Rouge which manage water, soil and daylight.    Get Document   View Summary
 
Expert Set in Online Collections. See artifacts in The Henry Ford's collections which tell the story of Henry Ford's innovative mass production methods, a crowning achievement of the Industrial Revolution. Also learn how the Industrial Revolution continues in the auto industry today!    View Website   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Information on the life and work of Henry Ford. Also includes a history of Ford Motor Company.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Information on the life and work of Thomas Edison. Also includes a history of Menlo Park Laboratory.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online exhibit. Information on the life and work of Orville and Wilbur Wright.   View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Follow the journey of the Montgomery City bus on which Rosa Parks initiated a new era in the American quest for freedom and equality to its new home in Henry Ford Museum.   View Website   View Summary
 
PowerPoint slideshow. A general overview of The Rouge from its establishment as the largest industrial complex in the world in the 20th century to its revitalization in the 21st century. Each image includes brief, background information. Many images include questions for further analysis, interpretation and discussion.   Get Document   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Features significant automobiles of the American experience.    View Website   View Summary
 
Online Exhibit. Explore the toys,games and dolls children played with in the past and what parents did – or didn’t – consider important about their children’s playthings. See how advances in technology changed toys.   View Website   View Summary
 
Exhibit in Henry Ford Museum and Online Exhibit. Focuses on the Revolutionary Era, the Antislavery Movement and Civil War Era, Women's Suffrage Movement, and Civil Rights Movement. Online resources include Lesson Plans, Exhibit Exploration Guide, and Timeline with Related Artifacts.   View Website   View Summary
 
Exhibit in Henry Ford Museum and Online. Take a look back at this past century and our "everyday" world. Reminisce with this exhibit spanning five generations.   View Website   View Summary
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