Jeb Bush vs George Washington Carver

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Former Governor of Florida
Scientist & Inventor
$22 Million
Net worth 2018
Political Leaders
Industry
Scientists
Midland
Residence
Diamond, Missouri, U.S.
United States
Country
United States
11/02/1953
BirthDay
01/01/1864
Died On
January 5, 1943
1.91 m
Height
University of Texas at Austin, Phillips Academy
Education
Simpson College, Iowa State Agricultural College,
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2015

In 2015, he announced his candidature for President of the United States in the 2016 U

2007

He remained active on the political scenario even after leaving the governor’s office in 2007

2003

In 2003, he became involved in the Terri Schiavo case, involving a woman with massive brain damage lying in a vegetative state

2002

He proved to be quite popular in this position and easily won the re-election in 2002, becoming Florida's first two-term Republican governor

1998

Bush ran for Governor of Florida again in 1998, and successfully defeated Democrat Buddy MacKay

1989

In 1989, Bush became the campaign manager of Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, the first Cuban-American to serve in Congress

1980

Jeb Bush was made the Chairman of the Dade County Republican Party in the mid-1980s and played a major role in the 1986 election of Bob Martinez to the Governor's office

1974

In 1974, Jeb Bush took up an entry-level position in the international division of Texas Commerce Bank

1971

He went to the University of Texas at Austin, in 1971, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude with a B

1970

He met Columba Garnica Gallo in 1970 while he was teaching English in Mexico as part of a foreign exchange program

1953

John Ellis "Jeb" Bush was born on February 11, 1953, in Midland, Texas, to George H

2007

In 2007, the Missouri Botanical Gardens dedicated a garden in his name

2005

In 2005, the American Chemical Society declared his research at the Tuskegee Institute as a National Historic Chemical Landmark

1994

In 1994, Iowa State University conferred upon him the tile, 'Doctor of Humane Letters'

1990

In 1990, he was posthumously inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame

1977

In 1977, he was posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame for Great Americans

1943

On July 14, 1943, the George Washington Carver National Monument was opened at the National Park Service, Missouri

1938

In 1938, he established the George Washington Carver Foundation, which aimed to continue research activities in the field of agriculture

1937

In 1937, he participated in two conferences on chemurgy, an emerging field at that time, which dealt with the production of products from agricultural raw materials

1935

From 1935 to 1937, he became involved in the USDA Disease Survey, in order to study the various causes of the number of plant diseases

1933

From 1933 to 1935, he researched on the use of peanut oil massages to cure infantile paralysis, also known as polio

1923

From 1923 to 1933, he went on a tour to the Southern colleges to advocate the cause of the Commission on Interracial Cooperation

1922

After 1922, he published six agricultural bulletins

1920

In 1920, he gave a speech at the Peanut Growers Association on the different ways in which peanuts can be used

1916

In 1916, his popular bulletin, ‘How to Grow the Peanut and 105 Ways of Preparing it for Human Consumption', was published for the first time

1915

From 1915, he began to experiment and research on the various new uses of peanuts, soybeans, pecans and sweet potatoes

1896

In 1896, the president of the Tuskegee Institute, Booker T

1891

Encouraged by his art teacher to pursue education in the field of botany, in 1891, he began to attend the Iowa State Agricultural College in Ames

1888

In 1888, after he was granted a loan of $300 from the Bank of Ness City, he decided to study art and piano at the Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, joining the next year