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Grading Bench

Date: Identifier: Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Selling tobacco originally required farmers to separate their crop into various grades before taking it to market. The benches held the separated tobacco until there was enough to tie into a "hand." Federal standards in grading eventually eliminated this step for the farmer and created the tobacco inspectors profession at the warehouse. more...
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