Last Wagon Train Campsite in Oklahoma – Excavated

By Hinton Museum Curator, Art Peters Back in January of this year I began studying aerial maps of the Antelope Hills area in search of other campsites to further my California Wagon Road research. It was near those Hills where many a wagon train on their way to the California gold fields during the Gold Rush had camped. The Antelope Hills and immediate surrounding areas have had countless visitors in search for historical artifacts. This includes school children on field trips, to mutable other treasure hunters over the years. Therefore searching that area these days would likely be of no…

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