"George Washington Carver National Monument" George Washington Carver National Monument by basstbn

George Washington Carver, the man

Born into slavery in 1864, George Washington Carver became a master of chemistry, botany, music, art, cooking and nutrition, and more. He was known as an innovative scientist, teacher, symbol of interracial understanding, and a great man of God. He is best known for his research and developments with peanuts and soybeans, resulting in a multitude of new uses for those plants and new hope for poor southern farmers.

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  • Pros:Interesting exhibits, nice walk through the woods
  • Cons:Not enough people know about this site, or are aware of Carver's accomplishments
  • In a nutshell:Educational and Inspirational!
  • Last visit to George Washington Carver National Monument: Jun 2004
  • Intro Updated Aug 13, 2004
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  • Stephen-KarenConn's Profile Photo
    Jan 1, 2006 at 7:58 AM

    Excellent page. I visited here last summer,but am just now getting around to building my own tips. Looks like we saw the very same things. Happy New Year!

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