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    Amite City, LA- Charles S. Stewart 10¢ Jan. 4, 1862 PCGS Apparent Very Fine 20.
    Amite served as an important gathering point for officials supporting and supplying Camp Moore, located ten miles north of the city. Camp Moore was a large CSA recruit training base; the largest in Louisiana. In 1864 Union forces burned the railroad depot and destroyed the railroad tracks to the camp. Charles S. Stewart is listed in the 1860 Federal Census as a Merchant and ten years later in 1870 as a Druggist. Justice stands on the left end of this note which has, as PCGS notes, multiple repaired edge and internal tears.

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