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William Ford Barn

William Ford Barn The William Ford Barn is a reproduction of the barn built on the Ford homestead by Henry Ford’s father, William, in 1863 in Springwells Township, Michigan. William Ford built the original barn to store grain William Ford Barn
and hay. It was also used to store tools and house livestock.

Today, the Greenfield Village carriage horses are fed, watered, and cared for in this bar.

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