Located in southeastern Michigan and a city in Wayne County, Dearborn is situated adjacent to Detroit and sits in the River Rouge. The city is famously known to be the birthplace of Henry Ford and has been the headquarters for the manufacturing, engineering, and research of the Ford Motor Company. The area started as a stagecoach stop, a Sauk Trail in between Detroit and Chicago, and a community that was known to be where Pekin was developed. The industrial development of the area started when Ford Motor Company built its first assembly plant and has continued with other automotive-related industries. Known to be the biggest concentration of Arab descent in the whole United States, who immigrated between the World Wars to work in the Ford factories, and was highlighted by the Museum of Arab Culture.
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