Henry Ford attended classes at Miller School in Springwells Township, Michigan from 1873-74.
The Greenfield Village Miller School, a reproduction built in Greenfield Village, represents
Henry Fords ideas about education. Ford strongly believed in the traditional principals taught
in rural 19th-century one-room schools. In addition to reading, writing, and arithmetic, children
learned through textbooks, such as the McGuffey Readers, the values of thrift,
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