As a young graduate student he was the only black American of his time with advanced training in scientific agriculture. He was the first nationally know African American scientist.
Who was this Tuskegee Institute legend who remained at the school for over 50 years and was honored with a U.S. postage stamp in 1948?
If you guessed Dr. George Washington Carver, you were right.
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