George Washington Carver


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Noun1.George Washington Carver - United States botanist and agricultural chemist who developed many uses for peanuts and soy beans and sweet potatoes (1864-1943)George Washington Carver - United States botanist and agricultural chemist who developed many uses for peanuts and soy beans and sweet potatoes (1864-1943)
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It was George Washington Carver, an African American who probably did have a hundred reasons not to change his circumstances, who, a century ago said, 'Most people search high and wide for the keys to success.
Written for readers age 9 years and up, "George Washington Carver for Kids" recounts the famous black botanist's life and contributions through five detailed chapters filled with 60 black and white photos and enriched by guided instructions for 21 related activities, including making a gourd bowl, starting a rock collection, making ginger tea, make your own herbarium, draw nature, plant a window box, grow your own sweet potato, pickled watermelon rinds, and making a spore print, plus more.
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After completing his postdoctoral work at Penn, Griffin chose to return to Alabama for several years to teach biology at Tuskegee University, a historically Black institution widely known for achievements in the sciences including the research of botanist George Washington Carver.
But many people have been credited with the title of peanut-butter-inventor, among them is also George Washington Carver. However, he did not invent peanut butter.
George Washington Carver (1864?-1943) mastered chemistry, botany, mycology (study of fungi), music, herbalism, art, and cooking; his life began in slavery about 1864 in Diamond Grove, Missouri.
Caption: A statue of a young Carver at the George Washington Carver National Monument.
I read about slavery and watchedRoots and I knew who Frederick Douglass and George Washington Carver were.
George Washington Carver and Henry Ford were bioprocessing long before the term was even coined.
Read About Inventors: African-American inventors have created everything from peanut butter (George Washington Carver) and potato chips (George Crum) to patenting the electric elevator (Alexander Miles) and certain models of microcomputers (Mark Dean).
George Washington Carver convinced farmers to plant_____.
George Washington Carver In His Own Words, second edition

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