George Washington Carver - Tuskegee Institute

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"When you can do the common things of life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world."
- George Washington Carver


George Washington Carver rose from slavery to become a renowned educator, scientist, artist, and humanitarian. An innovator and idealist, he had a remarkable understanding of the natural world.

Carver devoted his life to research and finding practical alternatives to improving agriculture and the economic condition of African-Americans in the South.

George Washington Carver Museum

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Tuskegee Institute Park Home Page

Tuskegee Institute Park Home Page

Struggle and Triumph: The Legacy of George Washington Carver

Struggle and Triumph: The Legacy of George Washington Carver

Tuskegee Airmen Online Exhibit

Tuskegee Airmen Online Exhibit

Booker T Washington

Booker T Washington