George Washington Carver is well-known for his inventions created by peanuts. But, he was much more than just a peanut agricultural scientists. Carver was also the first African American (Black) to become a college student in the state of Iowa. Later, he went on to become the first Black faculty member at the prestigious Tuskegee University. These were just some of his academic achievements.
For more interesting facts, inventions and a wealth of other information in an exciting and easy to read format you'll want to read "George Washington Carver - Biography of an American Experimenter, Agronomist and Agricultural Chemist."
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