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Fred Jones

Fred McKinley Jones is certainly one of the most significant Black inventors ever, based on the sheer number of inventions he developed as well as their variety. Read more

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Lloyd Hall

Lloyd Hall

Lloyd Hall made  significant contributions to society by developing new methods of food preservation and sterilization which eliminated spoilage and health hazards and enhanced efficiency and profitability for food suppliers. Read more

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Charles Drew

Charles Drew was one of those exceptional individuals who seemed to excel at everything he did and  would go on to become a great pioneer in the field of medicine.
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George Washington Carver

George Washington Carver was born in 1860 in Diamond Grove, Missouri, and in spite of earlier issues, would advance to become one of the most commemorated and highly regarded scientists in United States history. His significant discoveries and methods allowed farmers throughout the South and Midwest to become successful and profitable.
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