Why the Peanut? A Look at George Washington Carver’s Research — Iowa Agriculture Literacy

As many Iowa students and you may already know, George Washington Carver invented over 300 uses for the peanut. But what you may not know is — why the peanut? As some background, George Washington Carver was born into slavery in Missouri sometime in the 1860s. When slavery was abolished, Moses and Susan Carver took […]

via Why the Peanut? A Look at George Washington Carver’s Research — Iowa Agriculture Literacy.

As my last post was about a Kansas museum that has a large collection on George Washington Carver, I went looking for bloggers who had posted about him. I thought this blog post made some excellent points about him.

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