We came across Lewis and Clark so many times on our trip across the country. This memorial is a tribute to the one member of the Corps of Discovery who died. It is on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River. There are descriptions of what can be seen from the bluff. It's quite a view. The story of his burials... 更多
We were passing through the area. We have traveled much of the Lewis & Clark Expedition route over the years. We were aware of the Sgt. Floyd death and grave site, and just had to see it while in the area. Sergeant Floyd is the only member of the Lewis & Clark Expedition to die on the trip. He died... 更多
The Monument is the site of Sergeant Floyd's grave, the only member for the L&C expedition to die on the trip. A brief history is presented in plaques at the site overlooking the Missouri. The construction on I-29 makes it a bit hard to get to, but it is worth the effort. Approaching from the South is easier.
This is one of the best scenic overlooks in Sioux City, and one of the few that doesn't seem to have shady characters loitering. My teenager likes to stop here to look for Pokemon, but I love to sit on one of the benches for a while and take in the view.
This monument honors Sgt. Floyd, who was the only member of the Lewis and Clark expedition to die on the trip. The obelisk is very visible from the freeway, but a little hard to get to, requiring a tour through a residential neighborhood. The tourist brochures give the address, so if you use GPS, that is not an issue.The site... 更多
Sergeant Floyd Monument is a miniature Washington Monument that marks the grave of Sergeant Charles Floyd. This spot is listed on the National Park Services historical list where the only member of the Lewis & Clark expedition died while on the journey. Sergeant Floyd died 20th of August 1804. Here is one of his last journal entries, "I am verry... 更多