George Washington Carver (c. 1860 - 5 January 1943), was an American botanist and inventor. The exact day and year of his birth are unknown; he was born into slavery in Missouri, either in 1861, or January 1864. Carver's reputation is based on his research into and promotion of...
The basic circumstances of his death are clearly stated on Wikipedia. If you require more details, I suggest Googling for websites dedicated to Mr. Carver. Here's a snippet: Upon returning home one day, Carver took a bad fall down a flight of stairs; he was found unconscious by a...
she had two kids George, and James
For the most part, a successful underdog, in the sense that he beat the odds when they were against him.. George Washington Carver was born into an economically struggling family, and through botany and growth observations, was able to bring a new food to the tables of billions. Now Carver...
George Washington Carver is important because he discovered many uses for peanuts.
Contrary to popular belief, George Washington did NOT chop down a cherry tree. It was actually a lie that was published by a children's author after our first president's death.
by putting shells in and crush them in a blender and mix them with soap
It wasn't a farm but a plantation called Mt. Vernon. He had large acres of crops, a distillery, and herds.
I don't think so, after all, he did invent over 300 ways to use the peanuts. Plus, he had his own laboratory to experiment on them.
George Washington Carver moved 4 times
Though denied admission to Highland University because of his race, Carver gained acceptance to Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, in 1890.
George Carver died January 5, 1943 in Tuskegee Alabama.
No, he didn't create sweet potatoes.
n 1890, Carver started studying art and piano at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa. His art teacher, Etta Budd, recognized Carver's talent for painting flowers and plants and convinced him to study botany at Iowa State Agricultural College in Ames. He transferred there in 1891, the first...
He died on January 5, 1943.
George Washington Carver saved the southern economy throughagriculture. His promotion of peanuts as a cash crop for farmers,helped save the economy.
Yes, he did and deserves more recognition than he gets.
it made them smell good and it made them nice and fat.
You have written the answer to your own question!!! George Washington Carver.
Yes. Her name was Martha Washington. They were married on Jan. 6, 1759. It was her second marriage.
Yes, George Washington Carver invented many uses for the peanut. He once served an entire school a meal made totally out of peanuts! He also invented uses for the bean and the sweet potato.
shaving cream, dye's medicine, paint, etc. (there are so many things ,but i can't name them all.)
Apparently, I read that he did go to a school in the area, (but I don't know where exactly Neosha is). He asked his "parents" (they weren't really his parents) at the age of 10 if he could go to a school for black people (the school in Neosha). I hope this is helpful enough!
Oh many! In fact over 300. He made cosmetics, dyes, paints, plastics, gasoline, nitroglycerin and many more!
his mom and dad were tookin away frome him when he was young hissister was kidnaped and he was sold with his brother to a diffrentfamily
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peanut butter ,peanut oil. medicine
soil building and plant diseases
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To stay longer in office as President
He made an impact because he thought of many uses for peanuts,sweet poatatoes,and soy beans that we use today.
Yes George Washing ton had a sister named Sarah Bell.
he was in a science group
Iowa State University......Nicknamed "the plant doctor"
no he was not there were many others before him
George Washington was 67 when he died. He died December 14, 1799.
George Washington Carver taught farmers in the south methods ofsoil conservation
The Egyptians invented soap around 2500 BC or 4500 years ago.
Yes to the kidnapping. George Washington Carver was born into slavery. When George was only a week old, he, a sister, and his mother were kidnapped . His mother and sister were never seen again--NOTE, no where does it say she was sold into slavery, and in fact, she had already been a slave...
He wanted poor farmers in the south to grow alternative crops (oneof which was peanuts, because of their symbiotic nitrogen fixingbacteria which fertilize the soil) but to get them to try growingthese crops he also had to provide new uses for them. The mostpopular of his 44 bulletins for farmers...
He isn't known for a food, but for thinking up over a 100 uses for a food, namely, peanuts.
invented stuff He loved to invent new industrial ways with peanuts.
he invented peanut-butter and made stuff out of it like soap and sweet-potatoes and so much more.
At friest he was not the brightest in the world but when he learned to do things on his own. He became a super genius and as a small child he stuied and learned so much he knew more than his teacher's did.
He was born in and raised in Diamond Missourri, USA. He was stolen by Arizona night raiders as a week old slave. Then was sold in Kentucky along with his mother. The slave owner traded George for a Race Horse and raised him once slavery was abolished.
he was 12 when george was 10
He was a botanist and scientist, director of agricultural research 1896 - 1943 at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama
George Washington Carver invented paints, gasoline, cosmetics, dyes, nitroglycerin, and many more.
Stains for wood, ink, face powder, to name a few.
it was on moses farm that george fell in love with nature and he got the nickname 'THE PLANT DOCTOR'
well it is important becuase it may help other people with ideas of there on he even helped some peoples plants grow bigger example : When people were growing cotton and sweet patoes at the same time the cotton would take all of the hydrogyn to make the the plants big and strong. But george...
George Washington Carver discovered 325 uses for the peanut. Both his parents were slaves and he learned about agriculture in college, which probably led him to the thought of the peanut.
Yes. He choose his work at the college over being one of many scientist that worked for Einstein.
He was a big butt head and hated evyeryone in the whole world. He died in a cow and ate pigs raw. He also liked cheese
Washington had a habit each morning of getting up early and going out on horseback to oversee the plantation . Two days before he died he went out with a cold in a wet cold day and came back wet. He sat down for his breakfast and before the day was out he was sick. Two days later he died. He is...
George Washington Carver was raised and lived on a farm! George Washington Carver is famous for the invention of peanut butter ,and cosmetics.
White American. Above answer is wrong....lol. There wasn't a United States of America when he was born....He is of British origin :D Rule Britannia!Britannia rule the wavesBritons never shall be slaves.Rule Britannia!Britannia rule the waves.Britons never shall be slaves.
A beautiful young girl was born in India, her parents named her Mani and she was so small. As she "grew" her father gave her the nickname, Peanut.
he didint invent nothing he took drugs
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All ten of carvers sisters died prematurely.
one thing is that he made soap wih peanuts
he wrote the us constitution
he made common items like shampoo, dyes, and other products
George Washington Carver was around 25 years old when he attended Simpson College. There is no official record of his actual birthdate, but it is presumed to be around 7/12/1865. Afer sending out many letters to colleges, he was actually accepted at Highland College only to be rejected when he...
Yes, some people insist that he fly fished, but records show that he only bought tackle for bait fishing, or coarse fishing, as it was called back then
Yes, he was born a slave.
Stone carvers would use a special granite rock called ''Dolerite.''
George Washington Carver's father died in an accident.
George Washington carver made 108 things from sweet potatoes. q:
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