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Dr. George Washington Carver (1864-1943) is known as an agriculturalist, botanist, chemist, and the developer of hundreds of by-products from peanuts. He is also recognized as a painter. However, there are only peripheral mentions of his natural dyestuff developments for textiles from clay, plants, and minerals by scholars (Hersey, 2006; Mackintosh, 1976; McLoone, 1998; & White, 1953).

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That’s Just Nuts! George Washington Carver: Textile Dye & Pigment Chemist

Dr. George Washington Carver (1864-1943) is known as an agriculturalist, botanist, chemist, and the developer of hundreds of by-products from peanuts. He is also recognized as a painter. However, there are only peripheral mentions of his natural dyestuff developments for textiles from clay, plants, and minerals by scholars (Hersey, 2006; Mackintosh, 1976; McLoone, 1998; & White, 1953).

 

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