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GWCGolden West College (Huntington Beach, CA)
GWCGreat West Conference (college sports)
GWCGnome Wave Cleaner
GWCGeorge Washington Carver (African-American botanist inventor; 1864-1943)
GWCGlobal Water Challenge (Washington, DC)
GWCGood with Children
GWCGakushuin Women's College (Japan)
GWCGreat Wall of China
GWCGeorge Wythe College (Cedar City, Utah)
GWCGeorge Watson's College (Edinburgh, Scotland)
GWCGlobal WordNet Conference
GWCGeorge Williams College (Williams Bay, WI)
GWCGarment Worker Center (Los Angeles, CA)
GWCGreen Worker Cooperatives (New York)
GWCGas-Water Contact
GWCGuy With Camera (modeling photography)
GWCGodless Wicked Creeps (band)
GWCGrafham Water Centre (UK)
GWCGathering Waters Conservancy (Madison, WI)
GWCGlobal Weather Central (USAF)
GWCGateway Controller
GWCGlobal WebSphere Community (Dedham, MA)
GWCGaussian Wiretap Channel
GWCGlobal Weather Center
GWCGerman Warriors Clan (gaming clan)
GWCGreedy White Citizens (band)
GWCGerman Welfare Council
GWCGlobal Weather Control
GWCGeotechnical Well Construction
GWCGollop-Wolfgang Complex
GWCGambian Workers' Confederation
GWCGross Written Commissions
GWCGeneral Welfare Committee
GWCGeneralized Wavelength Continuity
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Critique: George Washington Carver was an African-American who lived before the Civil Rights era; yet he achieved incredible accomplishments in spite of pervasive racism and discrimination.
George Washington Carver, "How to Build Up Worn Out Soils," Tuskegee Agricultural Experiment Station [from here: T.
This book is about the life and accomplishments of a great African American scientist named George Washington Carver.
Perhaps no work more famously exemplifies this tactic than Colescott's oft-reproduced George Washington Carver Crossing the Delaware: Page from an American History Textbook, 1975.
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At that point, most representation of blacks in history books was only in reference to the low social position they held as slaves and their descendants, with the exception of George Washington Carver.
Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service, George Washington Carver Center, 5601 Sunnyside Avenue, Beltsville, Maryland 20705.
A sampling of names ranges from the less familiar, such as Beulah Louise Henry, known as Lady Edison, to such giants as Niels Bohr, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Peter Cooper Hewitt, Ben Moreell, and George Washington Carver, to name but a few.
Many people today know George Washington Carver (1861-1943) largely from the myths that have grown around him.
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