Table of contents for Tobacco in history and culture : an encyclopedia / Jordan Goodman, editor in chief.


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Contents [NOT FINAL]
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Volume 1
Volume 2
VOLUME 1
Introduction
Timeline
Addiction
Additives
Advertisng
Advertising Restrictions
Africa
Age
Air Travel
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs
American Tobacco Company
Antismoking Movement Before 1950
Antismoking Movement in France
Antismoking Movement Post 1950
Appetite
Archaeology
Architecture
Arents Collection
Bad Habits in America
Black Patch War
Body
Botany (History)
Brazil
British American Tobacco
Calumets
Camel
Cancer
Caribbean
Chemistry of Tobacco and Tobacco Smoke
Chesapeake Region
Chewing Tobacco
China
Christianity
Cigarettes
Cigars
Class
Connoisseurship
Consumption (Demographics)
Cuba
Developing Countries
Disease and Mortality
Dutch Empire
Ethnicity
Film
Fire Safety
French Empire
Genetic Modification
Gitanes/Gauloises
Globalization
Gods
Hallucinogens
Industrialization and Technology
Insurance
Intellectuals
Iranian Tobacco Protest Movement
Islam
Japan
Judaism
Kentucky
Kretek
Labor
"Light" and Filtered Cigarettes
Literature
Litigation
Lobbying
Lucky Strike
Marketing
Marlboro
Medical Evidence (Cause and Effect)
Menthol Cigarettes
Mexico
Middle East
Missionaries
Music, Classical
Music, Popular
VOLUME 2
Introduction
Timeline
Native Americans
Nazi Germany
New Deal
Nicotine
Oceania
Opium
Origin and Diffusion
Ostracism
Philip Morris
Philippines
Pipes
Plantations
Politics
Portuguese Empire
Processing
Product Design
Prohibitions
Psychology and Smoking Behavior
Public Relations
Quitting
Quitting Medications
Regulation of Tobacco Products in the United States
Retailing
"Safe" Cigarette
Sailors
Secondhand Smoke
Sexual Politics
Shamanism
Sharecroppers
Slavery and Slave Trade
Smoking Clubs and Rooms
Smoking Restrictions
Smuggling and Contraband 
Snuff
Social and Cultural Uses
Soldiers
South and Central America
South Asia
South East Asia
Spain and Its Empire
Sponsorship
Sports
State Monopolies
Taxation
Therapeutic Uses
Tobacco as an Ornamental Plant
Tobacco Control in Australia
Tobacco Control in the United Kingdom
Tobacco Industry Science
Tobacco Mosaic Virus
Toxins
Trade
United States Agriculture
Virginia Slims
Visual Arts
Warning Labels
Youth Marketing
Youth Tobacco Use
Zimbabwe




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Tobacco History Dictionaries, Tobacco Social aspects Dictionaries, Smoking History Dictionaries