The Reason Tobacco Helped Colonize North America and Settlers Destroying the Soil and Moving Inland as Predicted by U.S. President George Washington

Early European settlers of North America owe the tobacco plant great homage as it helped North America become a British colony. Tobacco economically kept the settlers generating an income because it was the perfect plant, at the perfect climate, at the perfect time, and with the perfect soil. The early settlers eventually ruined the soil and had to push inland towards the west, as predicted in a letter written by George Washington to Alexander Hamilton in the 1790's...

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