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Pushmataha County, Oklahoma

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  • The Lost French Silver mine is supposedly near Clayton on or near Mine River.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3

     


  • A silver Mine worked by Caddo Indians is supposed to be located on or near the Kiamichi River near Clayton.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


  • $50,000 in stolen gold coins is buried on or near Seven Devil Mountain near Rattan.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


  • The proceeds of a train robbery, consisting of a safe containing $3,000 and several mail sacks, is thought to be located near the Buck Creek and Kiamichi River confluence.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3

     


  • $75,000 in gold coins is thought to be buried near the town of Cloudy.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


  • $200,000 in gold coins is thought to be cached ibn a small cave in the Kiamichi Mountains.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


  • $58,000 in gold coins are buried within sight of the Sulphur Canyon Bridge, about 14 miles south of Clayton.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


  • A cave containing boxes of old rifles, gold, silver, and jewelry is located a few miles north of Ringold.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


  • Escar Colbert's Lost Gold is thought to be located in or near a cave a mountain peak close to the head of Cucumber Creek.

     

    More information can be found in

    Guide to Treasure in Oklahoma Volume 3


 

 

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