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 1-minute devotion about this man, click the image and when it enlarges, click again.

George Washington Carver overcame slavery to achieve fame as a scientist, botanist, and educator. Amazing!

George Washington Carver overcame slavery to achieve fame as a scientist, botanist, and educator. Amazing!

George Washington will always be counted amongst the greatest citizens of the United States, for any number of reasons. My heart may lie with Franklin, my spirit with Jefferson and my mind with Ham…

George Washington will always be counted amongst the greatest citizens of the United States, for any number of reasons. My heart may lie with Franklin, my spirit with Jefferson and my mind with Ham…

George Washington Carver changed lunchtime sandwiches forever when he invented peanut butter. Born a slave, Carver didn’t attend college until he was 30 years old, but he went on to create 400 new uses for peanuts, soybeans, sweet potatoes, and pecans

George Washington Carver changed lunchtime sandwiches forever when he invented peanut butter. Born a slave, Carver didn’t attend college until he was 30 years old, but he went on to create 400 new uses for peanuts, soybeans, sweet potatoes, and pecans

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]

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]

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.

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.

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