Charles Devens (1820-1891)
Born in Massachusetts, Devens was a soldier, jurist, and cabinet officer. He sat for two terms in the Massachusetts Senate. During the Civil War, he steadily advanced to the position of major-general. In 1873 he was appointed to the supreme court of Massachusetts. He served as attorney general under President Hayes.
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