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Floyd's Bluff, Missouri River (Iowa)

Floyd's Bluff, Missouri River (Iowa)

20th August Monday 1804

"...Serj.' Floyd Died with a great deel of Composure,... he was buried with the Honors of War much lamented; a Seeder post with the... Name Sergt. C. Floyd died here 20th of August 1804 was fixed at the head of his grave - This Man at all times gave us proofs of his firmness and Deturmined resolution to doe Service to his Countrey and honor to himself...."

William Clark


The above quote is taken directly from the Gary Moulton, University of Nebraska version of the Lewis and Clark Journals.

 
 
 

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