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While at college, there was another George Carver so George Washington Carver added Washington to his name. I have not been able to find out why the name "Washington". It has been guessed because of George Washington (there is no relation). While at college, there was another George Carver so George Washington Carver added Washington to his name. I have not been able to find out why the name "Washington". It has been guessed because of George Washington (there is no relation).


George Washington Carver invented the peanut when bees stopped stinging!!!!!!!!!!!!


George Washington Carver experimented with methods of crop rotation and the development of alternative cash crops for struggling sharecroppers--ex-slaves--where land had been worn out growing cotton. He worked to find products using peanuts, sweet potatoes, soybeans and pecans.


As he was growing up as a slave, he had a lot of interest in plants, and found that the peanut was his favorite kind of vegetable.


So many peanuts were being grown, that George Washington Carver had to find other uses for peanuts.


There's this new thing called the library


http://www.tuskegee.edu/Global/story.asp?S=110654


No it was not. George Washington Carver needed to find more uses for peanuts, because there were way too many peanuts being grown, so he created peanut butter.


He found that sweet potatoes are good for dye


George Washington Carver published bulletins for poor farmers to alternate their crops. As a result he developed and promoted 100 products made from peanuts that would be of use around the farm.


he tried to find more things you can make with peanuts and sweet potatoes


no but he did find that you could use peanuts for hairgel (please dont try that home)


George Washington Carver's parents were Mary and Giles Carver, and were slaves owned by Susan and Moses Carver. When George was only one week old, him, a sister, and his mother got kidnapped by night raiders from Arkansas. Moses sent out John Bentley to find them, but only George was found.


George Washington Carver, among hundreds of inventions, find a way to make glue out of sweet potatoes.


George Washington Carver's parents were Mary and Giles Carver, and were slaves owned by Susan and Moses Carver. When George was only one week old, he, a sister, and his mother got kidnapped by night raiders from Arkansas. Moses sent out John Bentley to find them, but only George was found.People in the 1800s often did not keep records of birth, and this was not required by State laws. So it is estimated that George Washington Carver was born about 1864 in Diamond, Missouri. Since he was a few weeks old when he was kidnapped with his mom and sister, we can assume this occurred in 1864, if the estimated birth year is correct.Please see:http://www.biography.com/people/george-washington-carver-9240299To dispel other wrong stories, please also see:What_famous_African-American_was_just_a_few_weeks_old_when_he_and_his_mother_were_kidnappedand seeDid_George_Washington_Carver_and_his_mother_get_kidnapped_when_he_was_a_few_weeks_old


You can find a picture of George Washington on the dollar bill.


no he did not find Washington state


George Washington Carver was born from 1861-1864 people aren't really sure on it. But he and his mother were kidnapped by slave raiders known as bushwhackers. Carver was later abandoned by the raiders and his mother was never found after that. Since he was born a slave his mother's master raised Carver and his brother Jim as their own. George left the farm where he grew up on when he was around the age of twelve so he could get an education and find out the answers to all the questions he had.


You can try Wikipedia at the link below which has within the article itself links to additional information regarding George W. Carver .


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Carver was a baby when he and his mother Mary were kidnapped by slave raiders. Moses sent a scout to find and bring them back. Only baby George was founds sick with whooping cough that the raiders had left him for dead.


His laboratory work with the sweet potato totaled 159 commodities like flour, molasses, vinegar, various dyes, and synthetic rubber.


He had at least one sister and one brother. When George was only a few weeks old, he, his mother, a sister and a brother were all kidnapped from Moses Carver, slave-owner of George's parents. Moses Carver recovered George's brother James, who was just a toddler, and hired someone to find George's mother, sister and George. George's mother and sister were never found but George was recovered, and returned to Moses Carver. Moses and his wife Susan, raised George and his brother James as their own children.


George Washington Carver invented peanut butter because many farmers were using peanut butter to replenish their soil and they couldn't find a use for peanuts. He found many ways to use peanuts such as ink, paper,peanut butter, shoe polish, soap, cooking oil, and so many others.


The questioner appears to seek an image of the African American scientist George Washington Carver.One can find an image of Dr. Carver and a description about a biography of him at the School Library Journal web site.http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/blog/1790000379/post/1480022948.htmlThere are many other images available through Google Images. Write "George Washington Carver" (be sure to use quotation marks around his name).More information about Dr. Carver's life can be found at the Tuskegee Institutehttp://www.tuskegee.edu/Global/story.asp?S=1106545#atThe Tuskegee Institute has source materials (including images of Dr. Carver). Seehttp://www.tuskegee.edu/Global/story.asp?S=1106545#at



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