Jr. Graphic American Inventors: George Washington Carver

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George Washington Carver, one of the most famous scientists in the United States, was an African American born into slavery. He pioneered many developments in plant use, crop rotation, and promoted peanuts as a standard food choice. Readers will be motivated as they discover how much can be accomplished with hard work, ambition, and dedication.

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Life was hard for all African Americans living at that time, but Carver rose to become one of the most famous scientists in the United States. His work in agriculture helped many poor farmers in the South. He is best known for making peanuts a popular food, and he proved that plants could be used to create many products that would give people better lives.

  • Knowledge Box Central families: Use this alongside the Black History lapbooks, foldables, and booklets.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: This is a replacement for the now out-of-print title, The Story of George Washington Carver.  Use 1 week.
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