THE CHEROKEES HIDDEN GOLD
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
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Where is the Cherokees hidden gold in the North Georgia Mountains?
One of the legends concerning gold and the Cherokee
Indians is around 10 minutes for Toccoa, Georgia. As the tale goes, a bus driver
on the Atlanta to Charlotte run had a Cherokee Indian offer him a token of
appreciation for all he had done for him. The Cherokee Indian blindfolded the
bus driver to the cave. Once inside the cave, the Indian allowed his new friend
to grab as many gold nuggets as he could carry. He was once again blindfolded
and dropped off at the Toccoa bus station. As of today, neither the bus driver
nor other treasure seekers have found this mysterious cave.
During the time the Indians were abundant in
Georgia, there was a village close to the joining of the Chattahoochee River and
Craig’s Creek in Duluth. There is proof of this village, where remains of pieces
of pottery and cabins have been discovered. The legend states that prior to the
Cherokee Indians being moved to Oklahoma as what is known as the Trail of Tears
the Indians buried pots of gold. The stories are basically the same except for
the amount of gold or how many pots were buried.
Other tales of gold hidden or buried by the
Cherokee Indians can be found in other locations throughout Georgia such as
under the Chattahoochee River, Shallow Rock Bridge Creek close to Canton,
Scarecorn Creek in Pickens County, and Talking Rock Creek also in Pickens
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