Story of George Washington Carver
By Eva Moore (Our 50 States, Midwest)
Born into slavery in Missouri, George Washington Carver became a student, a teacher, a botanist, and an example of a life of faith and service. His curiosity and research led him to develop new techniques to grow better crops. He found his greatest happiness and honor in being helpful to the world.
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