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Title: Benjamin Banneker

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Subject: Miscellaneous
Author: Wanda A
Date: March 19, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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In the science of astronomy, Banneker was entirely self-taught. He wanted to find answers to his questions about the mysterious movements of the stars and cycles of the moon. In colonial times, most families owned an almanac. Farmers read their almanacs so they would know when to see their soil, when to plow, and when they could expect rain to water their crops...

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In colonial times, most families owned an almanac. Farmers read their almanacs so they would know when to see their soil, when to plow, and when they could expect rain to water their crops. Some People read almanacs to find out when the sun and moon would rise and set, how the weather would change from season to season and when eclipses would occur...

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