George Washington Carver: A National Folk Hero

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George Washington Carver was an African­American educator and was also a researcher.
1864­1943 and he grew up in Missouri with his white family. He had a white family because
George’s mother was held as a slave. He was researching many things like for example. He researched education programs so they can replace farmers. He was also given a masters degree in agriculture from Iowa State College in 1896, he was headed the agricultural department at
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George was the best known African American because of what he did. George His humble origins were part of his appeal to publicists who made him a national folk hero. His mother disappeared, presumed kidnapped by slave raiders, while George was an infant.
He
supported himself cooking, doing
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