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The Life of George Washington Carver 1864-1943 By Mrs. Fine’s First Grade Brumfield Elementary School Warrenton, Virginia.

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1 The Life of George Washington Carver By Mrs. Fine’s First Grade Brumfield Elementary School Warrenton, Virginia

2 George Washington Carver was born about 1864 in Missouri. He was born a slave. By Isaiah

3 George Washington Carver was kidnapped when he was baby, so was his mother. She could never be found. Another African American was kidnapped too. By Zachary And Joey

4 His dad was a farmer, he died when George was just a baby. By Angella, Taryn, and Gabrielle

5 George Washington Carver lived on large farm. He left the farm in 1875 to go to a school for black children. By Teddie

6 George Washington Carver worked hard to go to school. He went to school in Missouri and Kansas. By Olivia & Katelyn

7 He liked to paint and planted flowers too. By Destyni, Keiara, and Delaney

8 George graduated in 1894 from Iowa State College of agriculture, he loved to learn. By Grace and Abigail

9 George Washington Carver became a teacher at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama in By Alex, Noah, and William

10 In Alabama the cotton wasn't growing good in the soil. Then George figured out that he could make 325 things out of peanuts. The peanuts made the soil better. By Zachary

11 George experimented with different types of fertilizer and grew very large vegetables. George Washington carver was a hard working man. He became a famous scientist. By Priya and Natalie

12 George Washington Carver taught other farmers how to plant peanuts. He made over 300 things out of peanuts. By Shannon

13 George Washington Carver found many ways to use peanuts like: peanut ice cream, peanut milk, peanut face cream, peanut flour, peanut cheese, peanut candy, peanut butter, shampoo, and glue. He used sweet potatoes and soybeans too. By Paul and Hunter

14 He gave his money to others. He gave about $30,000 to Tuskegee Institute. By Abigail, Ariana, and Grace

15 He died in By Isaiah


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