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George Washington Carver was a good innovator and developed many useful agricultural products Carver worked with many agricultural and plants He went to a good college and worked and studied at one George lived a plantation life in Missouri and studies in Kansas Carver won awards and had a statue in his honor The stories of his childhood and his mother will be stated This information will be presented in this paper George Washington Carver was born in 1861 near Diamond Grove Missouri Diamond Grove is now called Diamond Carver was born a slave on the Moses Carver farm His parents were Moses and Susan Carver His life changed when the war was over There are stories of George and his mother getting kidnapped Susan and infant George were kidnapped by the nightriders and taken to Arkansas during the Civil War George was found when there was a search but there was a ransom George was traded back for a racehorse When he returned he had the whooping cough The sickness prevented George to do heavy slave labor He spent most of his time in the woods with the flowers He did chores like sewing and cooking George loved working in the garden and collecting flowers Working in the garden and walking in the woods made George do further studies on plants After the Civil war ended Carver at the age ten went to school in Kansas To support himself he worked as a cook and laundry helper He finished high school then tried to enter Highland University but they refused because Carver was black At the age of 30 Simpson College in Iowa took him in After a year at Simpson Carver was accepted to Iowa State University He began to study farm science and plants In 1896 George was the very black American to graduate from Iowa State University He became an instructor and studied plants and soil In
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