Category: Inventors

  • Garrett Morgan

    Garrett Morgan

    October 16, 2017 No Comment

      Garrett Morgan pioneered a trail for African-American designers with his licenses, including those for a hair-rectifying item, a breathing gadget, a redid sewing machine and an enhanced activity flag. With just a primary school training, Garrett Morgan, conceived in Kentucky on March 4, 1877, started his profession as a sewing-machine technician. He went ahead […]

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  • George Washington Carver

    George Washington Carver

    October 16, 2017 No Comment

      African-American teacher and rural analyst George Washington Carver (c. 1864-1943) experienced childhood in Missouri with the white family that initially kept his mom as a slave. In the wake of acquiring his graduate degree in horticulture from Iowa State College in 1896, he headed the farming division at Booker T. Washington’s all-dark Tuskegee Institute […]

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