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Title -  Scientist George Washington Carver


Description -  George Washington Carver, best known for his botanical research at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, revolutionizing southern agriculture after the Civil War. One of these methods included research that made peanut farming profitable. His brilliance ran counter to the African-American stereotype of the day; that whites were intellecutally superior to blacks. Through his work, he educated many freed slaved to be self-sufficient.


Description Source -  Library of Congress (for identity)


Year -  ca. 1940

George Washington Carver, American Botanist and Inventor

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