George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver

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  • Work boy work.
  • Ok plz don't hit me.
  • George Washington was born into slavery.
  • He changed how people farm.
  • I showed People how to use peanuts and peas.
  • He showed them many of his inventions with peanuts and sweet potatoes.
  • My fern is sick could you help me.
  • I was good with plants as a kid. Also people from my neighborhood would ask me to help them with their plants.
  • He was a good man.
  • George Washington Carver died on January 5, 1943, at the age of 78 after falling down the stairs at his home. He was buried next to Booker T. Washington on the Tuskegee grounds.
  • Fast Facts: George's mom had 12 kids. George was born in 1864 in Diamond Grove. George Washington Carver was an African-American inventor, chemist, botanist and scientist known best for the many products he invented from peanuts.
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