Who grew tobacco during the colonial period?

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The Colonial American economy was fueled by 8 steps, which depended on the tobacco crop: Step 1: Farmers grew tobacco. Step 2: Farmhands, servants, and slaves harvested the tobacco.

The most important cash crop in Colonial America was tobacco, first cultivated by the English at their Jamestown Colony of Virginia in 1610 CE by the merchant John Rolfe (l. 1585-1622 CE).

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