- Wikipedia: George Washington Carver
Profile of George Washinton Carver, the 19th century African American botanist and chemist. Read about Carver's early years, college education, and work under Booker T. Washington at Tuskegee University.
- About.com: George Washington Carver
Biography and links about George Washington Carver, the 19th century African American inventor whose work led to advances in agriculture. chemistry, and textiles. With photos, pictures, and quotes.
- National Inventors Hall of Fame: George Washington Carver
Profile of George Washington Carver, the trailblazing African American scientist. Carver developed crop-rotation methods for conserving nutrients in soil and discovered new uses for crops such as the peanut.
- Legacy of George Washington Carver, The
Celebrating the legacy of George Washington Carver, the African American inventor renowned for developing new uses for traditional Southern crops. Includes a Carver biography, picture gallery, and links to online resources.
- George Washington Carver National Monument
Official site of the George Washington Carver National Monument, the boyhood home of African American scientist and inventor George Washington Carver. Includes park news and events, as well as Carver photos, biography, and lesson plans.
- George Washington Carver Biography
Biography of George Washington Carver, the African American scientist who dedicated his life to agricultural and industrial research. Read about Carver's early life on a 19th century plantation, his education, and his scientific discoveries.
- Tuskegee University - Dr. George W. Carver
Tribute to George Washington Carver, the 19th century scientist, educator, and inventor of everything from textile machinery to peanut butter. From Tuskegee University.
- Who2 Profile: George Washington Carver
Introduction to the famed African American scientist. Includes a short profile, fact sheet, and links to related figures and web resources.
- Legends of Tuskegee
Thematic exhibit highlighting the National Park Service museum collections at Tuskegee, Alabama.
- Dr. Carver Is Dead; Negro Scientist
1943 obituary from the New York Times. Registration required.