1400 - 1000 BCE
Tobacco cultivation in New Mexico

Remains of cultivated and wild tobacco dating from 1400–1000 BC have been found in High Rolls Cave in New Mexico (now a U.S. state, but it used to be part of Mexico). These dates were established through radiocarbon methods.

Source: Goodman, J. (2005). Tobacco in History and Culture: An Encyclopedia Detroit: Thomson Gale.

Drugs: Tobacco
Regions: Mexico
Topics: Cultivation, production and trade