Dr. George Washington Carver, scientist
J. Messner, inc., 1944 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages
A biography of George Washington Carver showing the courage, tenacity of purpose, profound religious belief, and genius of the small boy who was to become a great scientist.
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