Making Tobacco Bright: Creating An American Commodity, 1617–1937 (Johns Hopkins Studies In The History Of Technology)

 Making Tobacco Bright: Creating an American Commodity, 1617–1937 (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology) PDF ePub ebook

In her sweeping history of the American tobacco industry, Barbara Hahn traces the emergence of the tobacco plant’s many varietal types, arguing that they are products not of nature but of economic relations and continued and intense market regulation.Hahn focuses her study on the most popular of these varieties, Bright Flue-Cured Tobacco. First grown in the inland Piedmont along the Virginia–North...

Series: Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology
Paperback: 248 pages
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press; Reprint edition (January 2, 2018)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781421425221
ISBN-13: 978-1421425221
ASIN: 142142522X
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 3215500
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So if that doesn't tickle your taste buds this may not be for you. Aside from HARRY AND TONTO, I had hardly noticed them. Of course, that it’s a commonplace is due largely to this book, published in 2000 as a follow-up to a 1995 article, so that’s hardly a criticism of the book. {My thoughts} – Kyle is not your ordinary sixth grader. ebook Making Tobacco Bright: Creating An American Commodity, 1617–1937 (Johns Hopkins Studies In The History Of Technology) Pdf. It seems that humans don't like them since they refer to their kind as demons. Sabemos que este trabajo no explica los dos sistemas muy detalladoporque sólo queremos dar un resumen general y aclarar los rasgos principales yfundamentales. The books if filled with errors. Having worked in Antarctica for a year and seen people dealing with the stress of isolation, the story was very real to me: I almost knew those guys, albeit in different times and guises.
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This contemporary addition to the history of tobacco in America is a welcome analysis of the relatively sparse, primary source material. The author guides us along the succession of labor institutions--from colonial to modern times--that appear to h...



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order, Bright Tobacco now grows all over the world, primarily because of its unique―and easily replicated―cultivation and curing methods. Hahn traces the evolution of technologies in a variety of regulatory and cultural environments to reconstruct how Bright Tobacco became, and remains to this day, a leading commodity in the global tobacco industry.This study asks not what effect tobacco had on the world market, but how that market shaped tobacco into types that served specific purposes and became distinguishable from one another more by technologies of production than genetics. In so doing, it explores the intersection of crossbreeding, tobacco-raising technology, changing popular demand, attempts at regulation, and sheer marketing ingenuity during the heyday of the American tobacco industry.Combining economic theory with the history of technology, Making Tobacco Bright revises several narratives in American history, from colonial staple-crop agriculture to the origins of the tobacco industry to the rise of identity politics in the twentieth century.