Lost Civil War Gold

By Thomas Hilton
From page 15 of the June, 1972 issue of True Treasure
Copyright © 1972 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved


In the mud bottom of a river in northern Arkansas, not far from the Mississippi River, is a small fortune in gold. It has been there more than one hundred years.

This treasure is near Clarendon, Arkansas, on the bottom of the White River and about 75 miles up-stream from the Arkansas River. Here lie the remains of a Union gun- boat and its safe containing a payroll of gold coin. It is money once intended for government troops stationed near the headwaters of the White River.


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