George Washington Carver, who was born a slave, lived a fruitful life of service to others because he knew the secret of returning good for evil. ~ to read a 1-minute devotion about this man, click the image and when it enlarges, click again.

George Washington Carver, who was born a slave, lived a fruitful life of service to others because he knew the secret of returning good for evil. ~ to read a devotion about this man, click the image and when it enlarges, click again.

George Washington, the first President under the Constitution as drafted in 1787 [Previous Presidents served under the Articles of Confederation and prior to that under the Articles of Association]

The white mythology of George Washington

George Washington (February 1732 - December Was an American Founding Father and the first President of the United States. He took office April 1789 And left office March 1797 After serving two terms as President

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER - George Washington Carver (January 1864[1][2] – January 5, 1943), was an American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. He is believed to have been born into slavery in Missouri in January 1864.

GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER - George Washington Carver (January – January was an American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. The exact day and year of his birth are unknown; he is believed to have been born into slavery in Missouri in January

George Washington Birthplace "Wakefield", located in Virginia

1st US President George Washington

George Washington Birthplace National Monument - preserves the heart of the Washington's plantation and the Washington Family Burial Ground.

The Athenaeum - SULLY, Thomas English-born American (1783-1872)_Portrait of General George Washington - 1842

1st US President George Washington

George Washington, born February 22, 1732 ~ First President of the United States of America

George Washington vintage postcard, born February 1732 ~ First President of the United States of America

George Washington Carver, who was born a slave, lived a fruitful life of service to others because he knew the secret of returning good for evil. ~ to read a 1-minute devotion about this man, click the image and when it enlarges, click again.

George Washington Carver, who was born a slave, lived a fruitful life of service to others because he knew the secret of returning good for evil. ~ to read a devotion about this man, click the image and when it enlarges, click again.

Sons and Daughters of General Lee: George Washington Custis Lee, eldest of the Lee children, born in 1832.  Served as Jefferson Davis' aide-de-camp for much of the war.  Died in 1913 at the age of 81.

Sons and Daughters of General Lee: George Washington Custis Lee, eldest of the Lee children, born in Served as Jefferson Davis' aide-de-camp for much of the war. Died in 1913 at the age of

Martha Washington (1731-1802) America's first First Lady from 1789-1797.  Her marriage to President George Washington was her second.  Martha was known for interceding on behalf of those in need, especially veterans of the Revolutionary War.

The inspiration: Martha Washington, here pictured in an 1878 portrait by Eliphalet Frazer Andrews, exhibits typical colonial fashion - which was a conservative take on century French styles

George Washington Carver - born into slavery he was a scientist, botanist, inventor, & educator. He has been credited for discovering over 300 uses for the peanut and hundreds of uses for soybeans, pecans, & sweet potatoes.

George Washington Carver American scientist, botanist, educator, and inventor. He is credited with the invention of peanut butter. However, Carver did not patent peanut butter as he believed food products were all gifts from God.

Young Major George Washington Visits Queen Aliquippa  Queen Aliquippa was a leader of the Seneca tribe of Native Americans during the early part of the 18th century. Little is known about her early life. Her date of birth has been estimated anywhere from the early 1670s to the early 1700s, but historians have indicated that she was born in the 1680s, probably in upstate New York.

Young Major George Washington Visits Queen Aliquippa Queen Aliquippa was a leader of the Seneca tribe of Native Americans during the early part of the 18th century. Little is known about her early life. Her date of birth has been estimated anywhere from the early 1670s to the early 1700s, but historians have indicated that she was born in the 1680s, probably in upstate New York.

A free, printable worksheet about African American Inventor, George Washington Carver. Students learn by reading the passage and answering questions.

African American Inventors: George Washington Carver

A free, printable worksheet about African American Inventor, George Washington Carver. Students learn by reading the passage and answering questions.

Edinburgh Castle -1868 Photographer: Wilson, George Washington

Edinburgh Castle -1868 Photographer: Wilson, George Washington

George Washington, born 2/22/1732 in Colonial Virginia to a wealthy family that grew tobacco and owned slaves. First President of the United States and founding father of our country, serving 1789 to 1797.  Died at age 67 on 2/14/1799 at his Mount Vernon home.  Washington's last words were "tis well."

George Washington Founding Father of the United States. Elected the first President of the United States in serving for eight years. Regarded as the 'Father of the Country"

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