George Washington Carver, Plant Doctor

George Washington Carver, Plant Doctor

Book - 1989
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A biography of the agriculturist for beginning readers, chronicling his struggle to get an education, his work at the Tuskegee Institute, and how he helped popularize peanuts as a cash crop in the South.

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Simple text and illustrations describe the life and accomplishments of the African American scientist who promoted the idea of crop rotation and found many uses for peanuts.

Publisher: Milwaukee : Raintree Pub., 1989
ISBN: 9780817235222
Additional Contributors: Henderson, Meryl


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