The Ford Piquette Plant- The Birthplace of Henry Ford's Model T
In 1904, Henry Ford needed more space to assemble his growing fleet of automobiles. The first factory he built was at the corner of Piquette and Beaubien Streets in Detroit, Michigan. What would take place in that factory in the ensuing seven years, would change world history. Come hear the story of Henry Ford, and the Piquette Avenue Plant, and the men who collaborated to build one of the most successful companies of the last 100 years.