George Washington Carver
His Life & Faith in His Own WordsBook - 2002
"God is going to reveal to us things He never revealed before if we put our hands in His." -- George Washington Carver, 1924, to the Women's Board of Domestic Mission, New York. Slave birth to international fame, George Washington Carver advised Presidents, Congress, and world leaders. Offered jobs by Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, he determined to stay at Tuskegee Institute to help those less fortunate. Discover the faith that motivated this great African-American scientist to create hundreds of uses for the peanut, soy bean, sweet potato ... revolutionizing the economy of America's South! Book jacket.
Publisher: St. Louis, MO : Amerisearch, Inc., 2002.
Branch Call Number: B CARVER GEORGE WASHINGTON
Characteristics: 101 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.