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Sergeant Floyd Monument


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This 100-foot-tall white stone obelisk was the first registered national historic landmark in the United States. Overlooking Sioux City and the Missouri River Valley, it marks the burial place of Sergeant Charles Floyd, the only fatality of the 1804 Lewis and & Clark Expedition.


Admission: Fee
Hours: Open daily year-round
Address: 2601 S. Lewis Blvd.
Phone: 712-279-0198
Our Email: scpm@sioux-city.org
Our Website:www.siouxcitymuseum.org

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Sergeant Floyd Monument

This 100-foot-tall white stone obelisk was the first registered national historic landmark in the United States. Overlooking ...