I knew some older hunters who had quite a few silver dollars they said came from there and during low water I have seen two nice silver dollars found by a friend, one 1856 and one 1859. I found an 1844 seated liberty dime and a gold ring and a few .45 cal balls. My friend found a whole pile of .45's near one of the silver dollars like they had been in a pouch. You never know, next time the water is low might be the best time.
From a journal of Wm H (Bill) Wilson b.1842–d.1924 Quantrill Raider and believed to be a KGC sentinel.
May all your trails be smooth and your treasure site many.
Best Wishes and Good Hunting
|Jesse and Frank James, 1872|
|John Younger killed March 17, 1874 by Pinkerton agent Louis J Lull|
|Bob, Jim, and Cole Younger with sister Henrietta|