George Washington Carver’s monument makes me wonder how many more Black History inventors and heroes have a monument. If it’s not a lot
then they should make more. If it is alot,
they should still make more.
The George Washington Carver
National Monument was dedicated on July
14, 1953. It is located in Diamond,
Missouri and was established in 1943.
IT shows the outstanding acheivements
of George Washington Carver as a scientist,
educator and humanitarian.
George Washington Carver, a Black man spent 10-12 years on the DIAMOND GROVE farm in Missouri.
Carver has always appreciated Nature.
The George Washington Carver National Monument is a park that has 210 original 240 acre Moses Carver farm.
Outside is the 3/4 mile Carver trail,
a walking trail that goes through the woodlands and tall grass prairie. Through this trail you can see the Carver Birthplace Site, Carver Boyhood Statue. Carver Spring, Williams pond and spring,
Moses Carver 1881 house and the Carver
The trail is just a littlee bit handicapped
accessible. But yes, Its so wonderful to know
about Black History. Black History is in every
continent. It’s just a matter of searching
to find out the most beautiful things of Black
History. It’s a collective knowledge and I keep
collecting Knowledge about Black History.
My source of the above info:
This says George Washington Carver is African American: