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Sioux City Attractions: What to do & Places to Visit in Sioux City
"Sergeant Charles Floyd was the only member of the Lewis and Clark expedition to die during the expedition. Which is pretty amazing if you think about it. His remains now lie on this high bluff overlooking the Missouri river. The vista from the bluff gives you a hint of the vast expanses of territ..."ory and prairie the expedition traversed. I visit the Sgt. Floyd Monument almost everytime I'm in Sioux City and come away with a sense of awe at the history I'm experiencing. It's a neat thing to do when you're in Sioux City.
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"This is a monument to a Yankton Chief. The Yanktons were of the Sioux nation but were not warlike. War Eagle, even tough his name indicates otherwise, was a peace maker and a big help to the white man.
If you are a history buff, don't pass this one up.
Geographically, it is very interesting to see ..."The Big Sioux and the Missouri Rivers join. Notice the flat land to the North and West which now is South Dakota. That was flattened by a glacier many many years ago. This point is where the glacier stopped.
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"Lewis and Clark opened up the route from St. Louis to the Pacific on an amazing voyage of Discovery. A journey like no other. If you get a chance to read the Journals of Lewis and Clark, do so. You, too, will become a 'Clarkie.'"
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