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Who is your favorite “underrated” historical figure?
- 2 months ago
Paul Bragg the health matters explorer from 1930 approximately
- garryLv 62 months ago
mine is , professor calvey , a black man in 1900 , modernize farmers technique , use of peanut shells you refuse to use today , first black professor in a southern state university in 1910's . shame the blacks now think crying about there cause , when he used hes brain to get where he was .and yes i a white .
- robert2020Lv 62 months ago
Siddhartha Gautama, known as The Buddha. Or whoever exactly he was. Had Buddhism been adopted by western civilization, there would have been fewer wars.Source(s): Historians aren't exactly sure who the buddha was.
- tham153Lv 72 months ago
Emperor Norton I
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- 2 months ago
GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER, the gentle scientist who unlocked the miracles and mysteries of plants to serve all of humanity.
- hartLv 62 months ago
- hbsizzwellLv 42 months ago
Grant and Oppenheimer
- EntropyLv 72 months ago
Never heard of him? Yeah, that's why he's underrated. Borlaug developed (or lead the devlelopment) of advanced agricultural practices and modified strains of crops that were more pesticide and disease resistant which lead to the green revolution - which in turn has have LITERALLY BILLIONS from stavation. We would not be able to support a seven and a half billion humans on this Earth without his innovations.
- rustbucketLv 72 months ago
Patrick Henry, you don't see many followers but his hope stays alive on New Hampshire license plates.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Ibn al-Muqaffa, Donato di Niccolò & Baibars al-Bunduqdari.....also Benjamin Franklin & Max Stirner but they aren't underrated I guess