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could anyone tell me about buried treasure around natchez ms.

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« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2010, 06:07:54 pm »
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Natchez Trace is a 450 mile trail connecting Natchez, located on the Mississippi River, to Nashville Tennessee. At the time the French dominated the area in the early 1700's, this trail was known as the Chickasaw-Choctaw trail. The road was a very heavily traveled road in the southwest. There are sure to be many dropped, or discarded relics along this old road.

The Old Town of Meridian was once located near present day Meridian on route 45. This old civil war town, which no longer exists, was a major confederate supply depot.
Many old relics may be here.

Black Hawk is located approximately thirty miles south of Natchez, near Black Hawk, on the east bank of the Mississippi River. Over the years, gold coins have been found. They may have come from the steamboat Ben Sheerod, that sank after catching fire in 1837. It was carrying $75,000 in gold. Get searching! There may be more.

Holly Springs is located on route 78. $80,000 in gold coins was buried by a Union paymaster during the Civil War. Supposedly the cache was buried near the towns railroad station. During a battle with the Confederates, the paymaster was killed,
and the coins were never found.

Como is located on State route 55. A Civil War treasure consisting of gold and silver coins is buried here.

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