George Washington Carver and his inventions…..
George Washington Carver was one of many children born to Mary and Giles, an enslaved couple owned by Moses Carver. He was born during the Civil War years, in 1864. George Washington Carver, a man whose life as a botanist, agronomist, chemist and inventor earned him a lasting place in the history books. Nicknamed the "Black Leonardo" by TIME Magazine in 1941, Carver is one of the most revered figures in early 20th century African-American history, and his work at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama is considered instrumental in changing Southern approaches to agriculture. In 1896, Booker T. Washington, the first principal and president of the Tuskegee Institute, invited Carver to head its Agriculture Department. Carver taught there for 47 years, developing the department into a strong research center and working with two additional college presidents during his tenure. He taught methods of crop rotation, introduced several alternative cash crops for farmers that would also improve the soil of areas heavily cultivated in cotton, initiated research into crop products and taught generations of black students farming techniques for self-sufficiency.
George Washington Carver was a great inventor who invented many great things that we use today. Some such as: face lotion, paints, buttermilk, laxatives, and etc. These are only a few of his many creations. With the face lotion it helps keep our skin nice and smooth also it prevents certain skin. The buttermilk opened the door to other things such as accessories to go along with other things for example, cereal, cornbread, and etc. One of my favorites is the paints because without the paint the world wouldn’t be as colorful as it is today. Last but not least is the laxatives, which is used stimulate or facilitate evacuation of the bowels. This is very helpful in the medicine industry. Especially for those people who suffer from constipation. The laxative thanks to George...
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