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    Montgomery, AL- State of Alabama $10 Jan. 1, 1864
    A vignette of Thomas Hill Watts appears in the center of this note. Cotton balls flank his portrait. The green "TEN" overprint adds color to this note. Watts was a delegate to the Alabama secessionist convention of 1861. He also served as a colonel in the Confederate Army and as the Confederate Attorney General from 1862-63. From 1863-65 he served as the Alabama governor. Watts was arrested by Union forces in Union Springs, Alabama in May 1865 and was briefly imprisoned. Fine.


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