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George Washington Carver played in Tuskegee County, Alabama in the late 19th century. He created the Jessup wagon which brought farming technologies and his new discoveries for the use of peanuts, sweet potatoes, and other crops to the residents of the county where Tuskegee Institute resided.
Adam Hodgson writes in a travel account, “We visited the little dwellings of the Negroes. These generally grouped together round something like a farm – yard; and behind each of them was a little garden, which they cultivate on their own account,” he writes in Remarks During a Journey Through North America In the Years 1819, 1820, and 1821 in a Series of Letters.
Do you know were NFL and lacrosse Hall of Famer Jim Brown comes from? Brunswick, Georgia Is home to Jim Brown and The Farmer & The Larder restaurant. Learn more about this historic community rich in entrepreneurship and Civil War history.
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