George Washington Carver

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    these inventions may sound absurd and wacky, they are some of the many things that George Washington Carver made using peanuts. Throughout his lifetime, George Washington Carver discovered about 300 new uses for the peanut and ultimately changed the way we think about agriculture today. He was a botanist, an innovator, an educator, but most importantly, he was an inspiration. Without George Washington Carver, America wouldn’t be the way it is today! Though George Washington Carver’s birthday is unknown, historians believe that it was around 1864 in Diamond Grove, Missouri. He was born to Mary and Giles whom were both slaves…

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    George Washington Carver was born in 1864, in the middle of the Civil War. His father was dead before George was born. His mother was stolen by bushwhackers, leaving him as an infant and his older brother Jim in the care of the kind Carvers. Mrs. Carver had lost her only daughter, so she was excited to have George and Jim to take care of. Since George couldn't go to school because of it being an only white school. He would learn from around him, he would climb trees, experiment on plants, and…

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    George Washington Carver was born and grew up in Diamond Missouri. It was during Civil War times but the exact dates of his birth are unknown. He lived with the white family that kept his mother as a slave. He got his masters degree from Iowa State University in 1896. He proceeded into the agricultural department to study plants and soil. He developed and invented many different uses for peas, sweet potatoes and peanuts. George Washington Carver originally had a lot of background…

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    George W.Carver was thrown into Unimaginable situations. Can you imagine being kidnapped at six weeks old and being carry from your home to somewhere that was foreign to you? Add to the fact that not only was this six week old baby kidnapped and separated from his mother but was ill. Also add into the equation that this baby is African American and it's during one of the most horrific time for black people to be alive.George Washington Carver was describe as becoming this amazing boy even at a…

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    George Washington Carver is quoted as saying, “Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.” Education is the key to all of my professional dreams for my future. The plan for my immediate future is to continue my education at Mississippi State University and join the ranks of many successful engineering students there. As I pursue a degree in Engineering, I hope to one day be like Carver and invent technologies to benefit people around the world. I am fortunate that my…

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    George Washington Carver did not become a perfect scientist right away. It took him lots of pain, work, and acceptance to become the renowned scientist he is. Carver went to many different schools when he was little, so he could learn new things. If he learned everything in one school, he would go to another school. Carver would not give up on his journey to gain more knowledge. The connection between Emerson’s quote and Carver’s life was how Carver and his associates/peers were proud of him…

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    owners are kind. Mother rolls over, unaware of the evil that lurks in her doorway. Men creep into the home of the family to steal the family away - the family who are already ‘owned’ by Moses and Susan Carver - the men have come for their own profit in the slave trade. Although his father had already died before he was born and his mother was already slave to Moses Carver and his wife Susan, infant George and his mother and brother were stolen in the night to be sold. The year was 1864, and…

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    George Washington Carver was born in 1860 in Diamond,Missouri. During his childhood he went to school and had to walk 10 miles. He graduated from Iowa state university. While Carver get’s deeper into his education he became the inventor of peanuts and sweet potatoes. His reputation is largely based on his promotion of alternate crops to cotton,such as peanuts and sweet potatoes. He wanted poor farmers to grow alternatives crops both as a source of other products to improve their quality…

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    George Washington Carver was born in Diamond, Missouri around 1864 though his birthdate is quite unknown except the fact that his was born around the Civil War. He was many things a botanist, scientist, chemist and an inventor. He was one of the 12 children born to Mary and Giles, the slaved couple, owned by Moses Carver. After a week of his birth, George soon got kidnapped along with his mother and sister by raiders from the neighboring state of Arkansas. Though he was the one only recovered by…

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    George Washington Carver imagined nutty spread, sweet potatoes, and soybeans.He additionally was a champion of harvest revolution and horticultural training. Naturally introduced to subjugation, today he is a symbol of American resourcefulness and the transformative capability of training. He had a hard life growing up. George was abducted fourteen days after he was conceived by Confederate Raiders. As he grew up they had made him to wind up plainly a slave. He was then sold in Kentucky, however…

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