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[Relief of James Albert Bonsack, patent.]
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James Albert Bonsack () invented the first cigarette rolling machine. He received 2 patents for it in Bonsack's machine was able to producecigarettes in ten hours, revolutionizing the cigarette industry.
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March 5, - Francisco Fernandes introduced smoking tobacco in Europe. J - Sir Walter Raleigh brought first tobacco to England from Virginia. - John Rolfe cultivated first tobacco at Jamestown, VA; introduced successful source of livelihood to.
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