Cimarron River near Dover, OK more then $6,000.00 Lost in Train Wreck 1906.
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    Cimarron River near Dover, OK more then $6,000.00 Lost in Train Wreck 1906.

    I wonder if it dried up by now.



    Rock Island Argus.
    (Rock Island, Ill.), 17 Oct. 1906.

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    https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/l...rRange&page=48
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    If it was paper it would have disinagrated by now....but it would be fun to look for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    If it was paper it would have disinagrated by now....but it would be fun to look for.
    Not Necessarily. If Tightly Rapped US currency,
    Especially in Air Free Mud.
    (I don't know the consistency of Deep Quicksand)
    It may have Turned into blocks of petrified glop.

    it would probably take the mint to separate and count though

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    Not Necessarily. If Tightly Rapped US currency,
    Especially in Air Free Mud.
    (I don't know the consistency of Deep Quicksand)
    It may have Turned into blocks of petrified glop.

    it would probably take the mint to separate and count though
    Only way I would be able to claim anything is if there was a reward for the return. If not just keep as paperweight....some things are not worth revealing
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    I grew up there and passed the wreckage twice a day for 18 years. I've been in, under, around, and through that wreck. When it wrecked they just left it there to support the RR trestle and bridge which is now abandoned.
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