George Washington Carver: His Life & Faith in His Own Words

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Amerisearch, Inc., 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
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Only alone can I draw close enough to God to discover His Secrets. The amazing story of George W. Carver, slave birth, Iowa State graduate and Tuskegee Professor who revolutionized the economy of the south by discovering hundreds of uses for the peanut. Read letters revealing his motivation.
 

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he is a ansion person he ceate a lot stove

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I read this book early this year (2010) and found it fascinating. Carver was a really hard working black American. We should emulate him.

Contents

1890 letter to John Helen Milholland
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18971919 Early Years at Tuskegee
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1902 Nov 28 to Booker T Washington
33
1 9231 924 Touching Young Peoples Lives
47
19251927 Science the Great Creator
57
19281930 Out of Doors Home Folk Truth
67
19311933 Prayer Gods Direction
75
19371943 Public Speaking Wisdom on Life
83
Authors Biographical Note
93
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Nationally know speaker and author/compiler of the best-selling book, America's God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations; and well as the computer CD ROM reference American Quotations; a book entitled Saint Patrick; a book entitled There Really is a Santa Claus-The History of Saint Nicholas & Christmas Holiday Traditions; and numerous articles and columns

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