Sumptuous Southern Stories of Missing Confederate Money

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Chapter 1

Danville and the Silver Cemetery

Chapter 2

Joe Johnston and the 39,000 mementos

Chapter 3

The Randall Hoard Connection (perhaps) & the Georgia Railraod & Banking Co. scrip and legend

Chapter 4

The Clark’s Hill Dam and 75,000 acres go Underwater – many spots where the Treasure Train traveled & Treasure was pitched

Chapter 5

Where Did All the Dough Go?   5 Stories

“Oceans of it (gold that is!)”

“In the Heels of their Boots!”

Chapter 6

INSIDE JOB? (Or who snagged the Swag?)

The Story of the Ones who got away!  Told by Judge Shepherd in 1914 (“Honor Among Theives”)

Chapter 7

The Mystery of the Confederate Treasure Chest

The grand Reveal in 1948 (Washington, GA)

The Decoy Theory and Mary Chestnut in Chester, SC 

The Faithful Steward – Capt Micajah Clark goes to Florida with and Iron chest, $35,000 in gold sovereigns

    and hides government secrets along the way

Chapter 8

The Jefferson Davis Talisman (his 50 cent piece) and the “The Shield Flight Medal” struck from a Mexican Silver Coin

Chapter 9

“Eulogy” or “Note on a CSA Ten Dollar Bill”

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