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George Washington Carver, America's Great Scientist

George Washington Carver, America's Great Scientist LIBMP3-3905
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George Washington Carver, America's Great Scientist - Today we explore in depth one of the greatest scientific minds in the whole of human history and the man whose deep research is credited with "saving Southern Agriculture." George was born enslaved, kidnapped by slave raiders as a small child, lost his biological family and was adopted by his former enslaver. Passing a number of hurdles he was educated far beyond that allowed for Blacks during the Reconstruction. After becoming a graduate of Iowa State University and a professor there, he was enticed to join Booker T. Washington at Tuskegee, Alabama, to create one of the most dynamic and productive HBCU experiences in U.S. history. Running his own independent laboratory at Tuskegee Dr. Carver's visionary invention pioneered extensive studies in soil ecology, crop rotation, growing superfoods, dye making, and landmark research using peanuts, soybeans and sweet potatoes. His renown eventually brought him to the attention of auto manufacturing magnate Henry Ford whom he joined in the last years of his life. Carver's work could revitalize our economy today. (LIBMP3905)

George Washington Carver, America's Great Scientist - Today we explore in depth one of the greatest scientific minds in the whole of human history and the man whose deep research is credited with "saving Southern Agriculture." George was born enslave
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