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The Story of Henry Ford’s Tractor

<em>An excerpt from the 2022 book release, <strong>Tractor Wars: John Deere, Henry Ford, International Harvester and the Birth of Modern Agriculture</strong>, gives Farm Equipment subscribers insight into the origins of the Ford Tractor and the man behind it.</em>
An excerpt from the 2022 book release, Tractor Wars: John Deere, Henry Ford, International Harvester and the Birth of Modern Agriculture, gives Farm Equipment subscribers insight into the origins of the Ford Tractor and the man behind it.
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From the Archives of John Deere

[Video] A Look Inside Deere & Co 's Archives

In this short video clip, Manager of History & Corporate Archives Neil Dahlstrom provides a walk-through of John Deere’s impressive archives, and investment it has made to preserve the history and keep it accessible for generations to come.
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From the Archives of John Deere

[Video] Neil Dahlstrom's Journey as John Deere Historian

In this short video clip, Manager of History & Corporate Archives Neil Dahlstrom shares his personal path into the unique role that he serves in helping to preserve the history of John Deere, and assisting others in putting it into context.
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From the Archives of John Deere

[Video] John Deere Enters the Tractor Business in 1912

In this 2.5-minute video interview, Neil Dahlstrom, Manager of History & Corporate Archives at John Deere, talks context about what the manufacturing world looked like in 1912. That was the year the plowmaker’s board of directors decided to enter the tractor business – when fewer than 1,000 gas- or kerosene-fuel tractors existed nationally.
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From the Archives of John Deere

[Video] John Deere: Down on his Luck Blacksmith Turned Industry Innovator

In this quick-hit video from the editors of Farm Equipment, Neil Dahlstrom, Manager of History & Corporate Archives at John Deere, tells the story of how a blacksmith amidst a financial depression left Vermont to embark on a 6-week journey to the Illinois frontier looking for work. And how a discarded sawmill blade would revolutionize agriculture, and the farm machinery supply landscape.
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