7 Facts about George Washington Carver
What once started out as Peanut Week in 1941 grew to an entire Peanut Month celebration in 1974. The month not only celebrates one of America’s favorite foods, but also George Washington Carver, who was dubbed “The Peanut Man”. Usually the textbook coverage on Carver ends there, but he lived a full and fascinating life of studying clays, seeds, and legumes.
To learn more about “The Peanut Man”, visit Biography’s “7 Facts on George Washington Carver” (http://www.biography.com/news/george-washington-carver-facts-national-peanut-month). For your insurance needs, be sure to contact TMIB.