In this episode, brought to you by Osmundson, we’re introduced to Neil Dahlstrom, historian, author and manager of the John Deere Archives and History in East Moline, Illinois.
A life-long history aficionado, Neil has been working in the archives for nearly twenty years, finding fascination in how one man’s innovation with a steel plow could lead to the juggernaut company it is today.
Listen in as Neil explains how his curiosity for John Deere as a historical figure led to Neil authoring “ The John Deere Story : A Biography of Plowmakers John and Charles Deere” in which he explores the challenges and triumphs faced by John Deere and his fledgling company.
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