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OZARKSWATCH VIDEO MAGAZINE

George Washington Carver National Monument

  • Aired: 01/20/2010
  • 29:26
  • Rating: NR
George Washington Carver is widely recognized for his compassion and dedication to his fellow human being and for his revolutionary contributions to agricultural chemistry. Dr. Carver was born out of slavery and overcame poverty and prejudices in his pursuit of education and betterment of mankind. He is perhaps best known for his research with peanuts.
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Park Ranger Lana Henry describes Dr. Carver's remarkable life and his enduring legacy.
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