|Issued by a JoJaw, bank.|
What none of the stories mention, however, which is what The American Slave Coast describes in detail, is that slaves literally were antebellum southern states' money -- which was underlined by the CSA putting slaves on its money -- at least on the front; very quickly the CSA 'treasury' couldn't even print anything on the reverse of the bills. Since slaves weren't money for any other nation, this had a lot to do with why no European nation would support the idea of the CSA as a nation -- which it wasn't. It was an army, but it wasn't a nation and performed none of the other duties and obligations toward its people that a nation to be a nation must do.
Tomorrow, early in the AM, we're off to Georgia, to do some Slave Coast events and other things.