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George Washington Carver was born in 1860 near Diamond Grove, Missouri. He died January 5, 1943 in Tuskegee, Alabama. He was an agricultural chemist and experimenter who became a benefactor of the American South and a cultural hero. He dedicated his life to bettering and improving the economy of the South by improving the soil and crop diversification. Carver and his mother were slaves. Their slave master's name was Moses Carver. George and his mother were sent to Arkansas because it was difficult to hold slaves in the border state of Missouri.Moses Craver, their slave master, found out that his mother and other slaves had disappeared except for the George who had become very ill with whooping cough. Carver, frail and sick, was returned to his former master's (Moses Carver)home. There his health returned to normal. George learned to draw and spent considerable amounts of time painting flowers, plants, and landscapes. Amongst the blacks he was known as a singer and an organist. When he left the Carver's (former slave masters), they pronounced him as no longer being a slave. He developed an interest in plants and animals. In his late 20's, he managed to obtain a high school in Kansas by working as a farmhand.
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