Confederate Secretary of the Treasury Christopher G. Memminger Cut Signature

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The secretary signs his autograph in a large, clear hand. This autograph comes directly from Captain J. William Bushby’s personal collection.

Politician (1803–1888) who served as the first secretary of the treasury for the Confederate States of America. 

More Information: Very early in the Civil War, President Lincoln developed and implemented the Union blockade, which covered over 3,500 miles and threatened Southern ports along the Atlantic and Gulf coast. Blockade runners were usually commanded and manned by British naval officers, such as Captain Bushby, a Confederate sympathizer and commander of the steamer Calypso

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