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4: George Washington Carver was born on July 12, in Diamond Grove, Missouri. He had a bachelor and master of Agriculture and was a doctor or science. He is a man who would turn down a salary of 100,000 dollars a year from Thomas Edison to continue his research on behalf of his countrymen. George received many medals, but one of his biggest was The Springfield Medal for Distinguished Service to Science. He knew that the cotton farmers had bad soil from the cotton, so he urged the farmers to plant peanuts and soybeans. | http://www.freepatterns.com/images/content/variable/632.jpg
5: He chose to not have fortune and fame because he found happiness and honor in being helpful to the world. He was ten or twelve when he found interest in plants and animals. His hobby was to paint flowers, plants and landscapes. In 1938 a hollywood film was made about George Washington Carver called, “Life of George Washington Carver.” The development of George Washington Carver Museum by Tuskegee institute Trustee Board happened in 1938. He died on January 5, 1943.
7: Here lies George WashingtonCarver Born in July 12 1864 Died in January 5 1943 "There is no short cut to achievement. Life requires thorough preparation—veneer isn't worth anything." Born a slave, died a scientist. | http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/thumblarge_369/1235511965MKQF8g.jpg
8: interesting facts | George Washington Carver turned down a salary of 100,000 dollars per year from Thomas Edison. | Quote from George Washington Carver: "There is a use for almost everything." | As a young boy George was interested in insects, reptiles and plants. Mary Carver came to ask George to empty his pockets as he entered the house because he was known to bring creatures home. He became known around Diamond, Missouri as the "plant doctor" even as a young boy. | http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1275/536185092_583be978b5.jpg
9: "Abraham Lincoln Biography." The Biography Channel website. 2011. 01 March 2011 http://www.biography.com/people/abraham-lincoln-9382540 ["section or page title."] [website name.] [posting date.] [date of access] [URL.] "George Washington Carver (1865? - 1943) - Famous Missourians." The State Historical Society of Missouri. Web. 06 Dec. 2011.
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