George Washington Carver became one of the nation's greatest educators and agricultural researchers. He was born in about 1864 (the exact year is unknown) on the Moses Carver plantation in Diamond Grove, Missouri.
George Washington Carver has been hailed for his innovative development of multiple uses for the humble peanut. But that's just a small part of Carver's groundbreaking contributions to sustainable farming. In honor of Carver and in celebration of Black
People such as Frederick Douglas, Rosa Parks and George Washington Carver, who all help revolutionized society by their thoughts and actions. Their work is well documented and respected. But 47-year-old Carey Williams, Equal Employment Opportunity
Dr. George Washington Carver George Washington Carver was born the son of a slave during the Civil War. By the time of his death on January 5, 1943, this orphaned boy had become an internationally renowned chemist
George Washington Carver (front row, center) poses with fellow staff members at the Tuskegee Institute (now known as Tuskegee University) Alabama. Carver worked at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama for most of his adult life.