George Washington Carver part 1

George Washington Carver part 1

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  • George Washington Carver was born in 1864 at a farm (Owned by Moses Carver) near Diamond Missouri. 
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  • George, his mom, and his sister were kidnapped when he was really young. Moses Carver hired neighbors to  find them but they only found George, so Moses and his wife decide to take care of him
  • Disappointed with the education he received at his school (Neosho School), he joined numerous other African Americans who were traveling west. For the next decade Carver became a "hobo" moving from town to town
  • He graduated from Minneapolis High School in 1880 and then attended Simpson College, a Methodist school.
  • Carver wanted to study art and piano but one of his professors encoureged him to study botany
  • In 1896 Carver got a Master of Agriculture degree and received many offers. He accepted the one from Booker T. Washington from Tuskegee institute.
  • Carver devoted his time to studying agriculture and way to help farmers while teaching and taking care of the school.
  • Carver developed more than 300 different foods from peanuts, potatoes, and soy beans including, milk, soap, oils, paper, and much more.
  • In 1921, Carver convinced the Ways and Means Committee to  approve a high protected tariff for the common legume. He then became known as the peanut man.
  • Carver died on January 5, 1943, at Tuskegee Institute. Soon after FDR signed legislation for Carver to receive his own monument, and it now stands at Diamond Missouri
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