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George Washington Carver : man's slave becomes God's scientist (The Sowers) / by David R. Collins ; illustrated by Joe Van Severen.

By: Collins, David R [author.]Contributor(s): Van Severen, Joe [illustrator.] | Burkett, Robert F [editor.]Series: The SowersPublisher: Milford, Michigan : Mott Media, [1981]Copyright date: ©1981Description: 132 pages : black and white illustrations ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 091513490X (paperback)Subject(s): Carver, George Washington, 1864?-1943 | Christian biography | Scientists -- Juvenile literatureOnline resources: Wikipedia about George Washington Carver. | History.com about George Washington Carver. | Biography.com about George Washington Carver. Summary: Born to slave parents, young George was orphaned before he could walk. In his youth he fought poverty and throughout his life he battled prejudice. Yet George Washington Carvr emerges as one of historys most remarkable men! With his Sviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, George Washington Carver was greatly used by God to discover countless numbers of scientific wonders and to lead a life which has inspired milliosn of Ckhristians everywhere!--Back cover.
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Includes bibliography and index.

Born to slave parents, young George was orphaned before he could walk. In his youth he fought poverty and throughout his life he battled prejudice. Yet George Washington Carvr emerges as one of historys most remarkable men! With his Sviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, George Washington Carver was greatly used by God to discover countless numbers of scientific wonders and to lead a life which has inspired milliosn of Ckhristians everywhere!--Back cover.

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