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  1. 1. Equipment Figure it out yourself, my ladd/lass, You’ve all that the greatest of wo/men have had; Two arms, two hands, two legs, two eyes, And a brain to use if you would be wise With this equipment they all began. So start from the top and say “I CAN.” Look them over, the wise and the great, The take their food from a common plate, And similar laces they tie their shoes, The world considers them brave and smart, But you’ve all they had when they made their start. You can triumph and come to skill, You can be great if you only will. You’re well equipped for what fight you choose; You have arms and legs and a brain to use, And the wo/man who has risen great deeds to do Began his/her life with no more than you. YOU are the handicap you must face, You are the one who must choose your place. You must say where you want to go, How much you will study the truth to know; God has equipped you for life, but He Lets you decide what you want to be. Courage must come from the soul within The wo/man must furnish the will to win. So figure it out for yourself, my lad/lass, You were born with all that the great have had, With your equipment they all began, Get hold of yourself and say: “ I CAN.”
  2. 2. List of By-Products From Peanuts By George Washington Carver (as compiled by the Carver Museum) Cosmetics • All Purpose Cream • Antiseptic Soap • Baby Massage Cream • Face Bleach and Tan Remover • Face Cream • Face Lotion • Face Ointment • Face Powder • Fat Producing Cream • Glycerine • Hand Lotion • Oil for Hair and Scalp • Peanut Oil Shampoo • Pomade for Scalp • Shampoo • Shaving Cream • Tetter and Dandruff Cure • Toilet Soap • Vanishing Cream Dyes, Paints and Stains • Dyes for Cloth (30) • Dyes for Leather (19) • Paints • Wood Stains (17) • Special Peanut Dye Stock Foods • Hen Food for Laying (peanut hearts) • Molasses Feed • Peanut Hay Meal • Peanut Hull Bran • Peanut Hull Meal • Peanut Meal • Peanut Stock Food (3) Foods • Bar Candy • Breakfast Food (5)
  3. 3. • Bisque Powder • Buttermilk • Butter from Peanut Milk • Caramel • Cheese Cream • Cheese Nut Sage • Cheese Pimento • Cheese Sandwich • Cheese Tutti Frutti • Chili Sauce • Chocolate Coated Peanuts • Chop Suey Sauce • Cocoa • Cooking Oil • Cream Candy • Cream from Milk • Crystallized Peanuts • Curds • Dehydrated Milk Flakes • Dry Coffee • Flavoring Paste • Golden Nuts • Instant Coffee • Lard Compound • Malted Substitutes • Mayonnaise • Meat Substitutes • Milks • Mock Goose • Mock Chicken • Mock Meat • Mock Oyster • Mock Veal Cutlet • Oleomargarine • Pancake flour • Peanut Bar #1 • Peanut Bisque Flour • Peanut Brittle • Peanut Butter, regular (3) • Peanut Cake (2) • Peanut Chocolate Fudge • Peanut Dainties • Peanut Flakes • Peanut Flour (11) • Peanut Hearts • Peanut Kisses • Peanut Meal, brown • Peanut and Popcorn bars • Peanut Relish (2) • Peanut Sausage
  4. 4. • Peanut Surprise • Peanut Tofu Sauce • Peanut Wafers • Pickle, plain • Salad Oil • Salted Peanuts • Shredded Peanuts • Substitute Asparagus • Sweet Pickle • Vinegar • White Pepper, from vines • Worcestershire Sauce Medicines • Castoria Substitute • Emulsion for Bronchitis • Goiter Treatment • Iron Tonic • Laxatives • Medicines similar to Castor Oil • Emulsified Oils for venereal disease (2) • Rubbin Oil • Tannic Acid • Quinine General • Axle Grease • Charcoal from Shells • Cleaner for Hands • Coke (from Hull) • Diesel Fuel • Fuel Briquettes • Gas • Gasoline • Glue • Illuminating Oil • Insecticide • Insulating Boards (18) • Linoleum • Lubricating Oil • Nitroglycerine • Paper (colored) from skins • Paper (Kraft) from Vines • Paper (white) from vines • Printer's Ink • Plastics • Rubber • Shoe and Leather Blacking
  5. 5. • Sizing for Walls • Soap Stock • Soil Conditioner • Wall Boards from hulls (11) • Washing Powder • Wood Filler • Laundry Soap • Sweeping Compound
  6. 6. George Washington Carver References: Books for Elementary-aged Children: Adair, Gene. George Washington Carver: Botanist. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Chelsea House Publishers. 1988. 105 pp. Adler, David A. A Picture Book of George Washington Carver. New York, NY: Holiday House. 1999. Albus, Harry J. The Peanut Man. Grand Rapids, Michigan: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1949. 89 pp. Aliki, Brandenberg. A Weed is a Flower – The Life of George Washington Carver. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.1967. Carter, Andy and Carol Saller. George Washington Carver. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Carolrhoda Books, Inc. 2001. 48 pp. Eames-Sheavly, Marcia. 1994. The Great American Peanut. Cornell Cooperative Extension Publication: 142LM16 Mitchell, Barbara. A Pocketful of Goobers: A Story About George Washington Carver. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Carolrhoda Books, Inc. 1986. 64 pp. Moore, Eva. The Story of George Washington Carver. New York, New York: Scholastic, Inc. 1971. 96 pp. Laura Driscoll. George Washington Carver: The Peanut Wizard. New York. Grosset and Dunlap. 2003. Websites: Iowa State University Library Special Collections: www.lib.iastate.edu/spcl/gwc/home.html George Washington Carver National Monument: www.nps.gov/gwca www.inventors.about.com/library/weekly/aa041897.htm www.george-washington-carver.com/george-washington-carver/ http://www.campsilos.org/mod4/s1a.shtml (Discusses the connections between Etta Budd, G.W. Carver, Henry A. Wallace, and Norman Borlaug)

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