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Cadillac's history begins in New England, where the company's future founder, Henry Leland, worked as a mechanic at the arms depot in Springfield during the Civil War. Then he became a design mechanic at the Browne & Sharpe plant. After moving the plant to Detroit, he founded the firm Leland and Faulconer, which was engaged in casting and stamping metal, produced automobile engines and chassis components.

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