Biography

Portrait of Elizabeth Coleman White, first to cultivate the wild blueberry

USDA. ARS. National Agricultural Library.

Exhibits the life and times of George Washington Carver. Includes essays, biographical sketches, guide to Carver archives, and educational materials.

USDA. Agricultural Research Service.

Provides a searchable database of USDA scientists who have had a major impact on Agriculture between 1986 to the present. Contains biographical timelines, sketches, images, and video.

USDA. ARS. National Agricultural Library.

Identifies the scope of the Erwin Frink Smith Papers at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland. Includes a biographical sketch of Erwin Frink Smith scientist of plant diseases for the USDA.

USDA. ARS. National Agricultural Library.

Combines a brief biographical sketch of Wilhelm Heinrich Prestele the first pomologist at the USDA with the scope of the Wilhelm Heinrich Prestele Papers at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland.

USDA. ARS. National Agricultural Library.

Illustrates the life of Frank N. Meyer in a brief biographical sketch and presents the scope of the documents found in the Isabel S. Cunningham Collection on Frank N. Meyer at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland.

USDA. ARS. National Agricultural Library.

Introduces USDA entomologist Charles Valentine Riley in a brief biographical sketch. Includes the scope of the Charles Valentine Riley Collection at the National Agricultural Library in Beltsville, Maryland.