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VOED 6513 History and Principles of Vocation Education Dr. David Agnew November 28, 2005 Roger Koontz
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER Birth: 1864 Death: January 1943
Carver Birthplace Diamond, Missouri On the farm of: Moses and Susan Carver
Kidnapped By Confederate night-raiders Sent away to Arkansas Found and reclaimed
Young George George Nickname
Carver’s Education Home Schooling Elementary Secondary College
Newton County One-Room School in Southwest Missouri. Age Twelve: Required young Carver to leave home do to segregation. Worked as a farm hand and studied.
High School Minneapolis High School Kansas College was suggested
Carvers Formal Education Simpson College Iowa Agricultural College
College Simpson College Indianola Iowa First Black Student
Student at Iowa State College (now Iowa State University) Graduation portrait, 1894 Permission attained from the Iowa State University Library
Iowa Agricultural College Bachelor of Science 1894 Masters of Science 1897
Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanics First Black Faculty member. Teaching classes in soil conservation.
Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute Founder: Booker T Washington Carver: Director of Agriculture
At Tuskegee Carver Developed Crop Rotation Method Alternating Soil-depleting crops Soil-enriching crops
George Washington Carver In The Field George Washington Carver in the field Photos Courtesy NPS
Carvers Research & Patents Carver was granted three patents: Cosmetics Paint Stains
George Washington Carver in his Tuskegee Laboratory Photo Courtesy NPS
Carvers Research Foundation At Tuskegee Was established in 1940 From Carvers life savings
George Washington Carver Photo Courtesy NPS
Dr. George Washington Carver Honorary Doctorate Simpson College in 1928. Honorary member Royal Society of Arts in London, England 1923. Franklin Delano Roosevelt honored Carver with National Monument.
George Washington Carver National Monument
Carver Museum, 1999 National Park Service Carver Museum, 1999 National Park Service Carver Museum, 1999 National Park Service
Carver Agricultural Chemist Discovered 300 uses for peanuts. Hundreds of uses for soybeans, pecans, and sweet potatoes.
George Washington Carver’s Gravesite GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER DIED IN 1943 AND WAS BURIED AT HIS BELOVED TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE IN ALABAMA, WHERE HE HAD REVOLUTIONIZED AMERICAN SOUTHERN AGRICULTURE.
George Washington Carver Quotes On Life Quotes on Success My favorite quote from Carver
George Washington Carver Biography Project By Kyra C.
George Washington Carver
George Washington Carver’s Life
Who was George Washington Carver? 1864 – 1943 Written by Dallas Duncan and Dr. Frank B. Flanders Foundation Skills, Unit 10.8, FS A suggested unit.
Black History Month began as Negro History Week, which was created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, an African American historian, scholar, educator, and.
All About George Washington Carver.
Lyle F. and Jack H. 4 th Grade Mrs. Hart. George Washington Carver was born in 1864 on a farm in Missouri Had a mother and an older brother named.
Tuskegee University Photo Tours Historical Landmarks.
Sibrina N. Collins, PhD College of Wooster
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER F.A.R.M.S. “There is no Culture without Agriculture”
by African Americans in Science
George Washington Carver Can you answer these questions about George Washington Carver? Lift the flap to check your answers!
The Road Not Taken Reflections on African American History Sundra Kincey, Doctoral Candidate Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Office of Minority.
Inventions Make an Impact
African American Biography George Washington Carver By: BA.
Joseph Lister By Robbie Green. Birth and Death Born April fifth 1827 Died at the age of 84.
Famous Americans Scavenger Hunt
George Washington Carver by Rebecca Caston February 7, 2015Ms. Tuel’s 6th grade class.
George Washington Carver: Inventor of peanut butter
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