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What did George Washington Carver of Alabama’s Tuskegee Institute persuade poor black farmers to plant?
peanuts
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Which of the following was /not/ an accomplishment of George Washington Carver? a) Several hundred industrial uses for the peanut b) An improved method of crop rotation c) Establishment of the Tuskegee Institute d) Creation of industrial plant-based dyes e) Affordable high-protein diets for poor farmers
C) Although George Washington Carver served as one of the Tuskegee Institute’s best-known and most influential instructors, the school was founded by Booker T. Washington in 1881 to provide vocational training for African-Americans. Carver was an accomplished scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor who helped poor southern farmers grow cash crops that could yield a profit but also provide nourishment to the planters. This led him to successfully experiment and discover multiple industrial uses for the peanut, sweet potato, cashew, and numerous other crops. While these plants could be used as cash crops, they also provided an inexpensive high-protein diet for the poor farmers who could not afford a regular diet of meat. He also developed an improved method of crop rotation that would allow southern farmers to grow certain traditional crops without exhausting the soil as quickly, as well as a method of creating synthetic dyes from plants such as soybeans and peanuts, which allowed the US to end its reliance on European-manufactured dyes. Early on, much of his work was not acknowledged, but by the 20th century, he had become a prominent leader within the international scientific community, becoming a member of the Royal Society of Arts in 1916.
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The first African American to earn a doctorate from Harvard University, who spent his lifetime studying race relations in America and was one of the founders of the NAACP, was ________. A) W. E. B. Du Bois B) Booker T. Washington C) George Washington Carver D) Benjamin Quarles