Slavery in America began when the first African slaves were brought to the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia, in1619, to aid in the production of such lucrative crops as tobacco.  The original slaves are now decreed free by a standing representative of the Daughter of pharoah who realized an error in the contract. She announced it about an hour ago. The last rotation of slavery will be ending at the 400 year mark of the finished prophesy.

In response to the 400 years, the Hebrew went back into captivity and slavery via ships to a land that was not of their Father Deuteronomy

"Sacred tobacco was given to the Anishinabe so that we can communicate with the Spirit world. Tobacco is always offered before picking other medicines. When you offer tobacco to a plant and explain your reasons for being there, the plant will let all the plants in the area know your intentions and why you are picking them. Tobacco is used as an offering, a gift, and is an important part of Anishinabe ceremonies.

"Sacred tobacco was given to the Anishinabe so that we can communicate with the…

Early Mechanical Tobacco Planter. Also the "Handsetter" was often used to fill in missing plants from the setter attached to the back of the tractor. The plant goes in the smaller hole and water is in the larger section.

Also the "Handsetter" was often used to fill in missing plants from the setter attached to the back of the tractor. The plant goes in the smaller hole and water is in the larger section.

Slave cabin, the birthplace of Booker T. Washington at Burroughs Tobacco Plantation, Virginia.

Slave Cabin Birthplace of Booker T. Washington, Burroughs Tobacco Plantation, Virginia

Slave cabin, the birthplace of Booker T. Washington at Burroughs Tobacco Plantation, Virginia.

Caroline Atwater, tobacco farmer, North Carolina, 1939, Dorothea Lange (Library of Congress photo)

Caroline Atwater, tobacco farmer, North Carolina, Dorothea Lange (Library of Congress photo) Interesting stories to be read here too.

Via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: 1939, Person County, North Carolina-Dorthea Lange.

July 1939 ~ "Daughter of white tobacco sharecropper at country store in Gordonton in Person County, North Carolina." Medium-format nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange.

DDAG - Rediscovering Dartford - Chronology of Clay Tobacco Pipes  - page 33

DDAG - Rediscovering Dartford - Chronology of Clay Tobacco Pipes - page 33

Depiction of Native American  Museum De Moriaan, Gouda ... Netherlands.. 'The Moor' Tobacco Co 1600s-1920

Depiction of Native American Museum De Moriaan, Gouda . 'The Moor' Tobacco Co

Confederate Prison Number 6 in Danville, Virginia. This converted tobacco warehouse housed thousands of Federal Prisoners of War during the Civil War. © Mike Lynaugh

Confederate Prison Number 6 in Danville, Virginia. This converted tobacco warehouse housed thousands of Federal Prisoners of War during the Civil War.

Tobacco Leaves - The Anatomy of the Tobacco Plant

We discuss the anatomy of different tobacco plants & explain the different types of tobacco leaves which make up the filler, binder, and wrapper of cigars.

Vintage Advertising wow! www.tlcforwellbeing.com www.tlcforweightloss.eu #TLC #healthyfatloss

More doctors smoke Camels than any other cigarette! You'll enjoy Camels for the same reasons so many doctors enjoy them. Camels have cool, cool mildness, pack after pack .

German Tobacco Indian depiction of a Native American

German Tobacco Indian depiction of a Native American

Ronald Reagan Cigarette Advertisements Real scans of two 1948 advertisements of a young Ronald Reagan made endorsing Chesterfield Cigarettes. Oh those were different times. Kinda puts things in perspective though.

Oh how they used to glamorize smoking! A young actor, before-becoming-president, Ronald Reagan in a Chesterfield Cigarette Advertisement.

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