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The tribe on the Mississippi is believed tobacco’s first use in the United States. From there, it spread to France, where the French ambassador Jean Nicot lent his name to the scientific name for tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum).
Christopher Columbus sailed his famous voyage to the Americas in 1492, and the rest of the world came to tobacco. However, many sailors grew found of the strange plant. The origins of the word tobacco itself are still suspect, although many believe it is simply a corruption of the word Tobago, which is the name of a Caribbean island.