Who Was Traded for a Horse" (1932 in The American Magazine, and its 1937 reprint in Reader's Digest, contributed to this myth about Carver's influence. Alston Carver never married. They encouraged George to continue his intellectual pursuits, and "Aunt Susan" taught him the basics of reading and writing. Carver taught as the first black faculty member at Iowa State. In 1791, Washington signed a bill authorizing Congress to place a tax on distilled spirits, which stirred protests in rural areas of Pennsylvania. 7 Black people were not allowed at the public school in Diamond Grove.
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