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  • A Confederate Army payroll is supposedly hidden in a cave on Duck River near Columbia.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • A lost, rich, Spanish silver mine is thought to be located a few miles from the mouth of Fountain Creek.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • A cache of wealth buried by Cherokee Indians is thought to be located near their camp site on Flat Creek.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • Gold coins were hidden by an old lady in downtown Columbia, but were never recovered.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • A two-gallon bucket of coin and paper money is buried near Spring Hill.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • Jacob Roaks is known to have buried several caches of money on his farm near Sowell Ford. Only one is known to have been found...a skillet full of gold coins.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • William Younger buried $300 in gold along a fence on his farm near Santa Fe. It has never been recovered.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • John C. Hauser is thought to have buried a large cache of money on his farm on the Duck River.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


  • Confederate Government gold is thought to be hidden in the caverns along the Duck River.

   

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Guide to Treasure in Tennessee


 

 

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