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Text:"... to one of whom we know so little fittingly exemplify the great cardinal doctrine of the Christian world, the kinship of the race, the brotherhood of man. CharlesFloyd is a stranger to us, belonging..."
Date:1897
Place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"... to one of whom we know so little fittingly exemplify the great cardinal doctrine of the Christian world, the kinship of the race, the brotherhood of man. CharlesFloyd is a stranger to us, belonging..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... the grave of the Indian chief War Eagle, on the Sioux Bluff. The Secretary also stated that he had written to A. C. Floyd, of Chattanooga, Tenn., said to be a relative of Sergeant CharlesFloyd. The Committee..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... the grave of the Indian chief War Eagle, on the Sioux Bluff. The Secretary also stated that he had written to A. C. Floyd, of Chattanooga, Tenn., said to be a relative of Sergeant CharlesFloyd. The Committee..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... to one of whom we know so little fittingly exemplify the great cardinal doctrine of the Christian world, the kinship of the race, the brotherhood of man. CharlesFloyd is a stranger to us, belonging..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... Sergeant CharlesFloyd. He is known to us simply as one of the nine young men from Kentucky, as the Lewis and Clark history styles them, who joined the famous expedition. As Col. R. T. Durrett of Louisville..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... CharlesFloyd. He is known to us simply as one of the nine young men from Kentucky, as the Lewis and Clark history styles them, who joined the famous expedition. As Col. R. T. Durrett of Louisville, says..."
Date:1897
Place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"... of Sergeant CharlesFloyd, in the presence of a large concourse of citizens, to conduct the solemn ceremony of laying his remains in their final resting-place, with the military honors due the brave .soldier..."
Date:1897
Place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"... in the Biddle History of the Expedition, 1814, p. 48: Here we bad the misfortune to lose one of our Sergeants, CharlesFloyd. He was yesterday seized with a bilious colic, and all our care and attention were..."
Date:1897
Place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"... in action. The tallest cedar within reach, topped with the stars and stripes, is set up over the grave, and the words CharlesFloyd, August 20, 1804, are cut into it. A discharge of muskets follows..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... be and they are hereby tendered to the Gen. Hancock Post. G. A. R.. for its cordially rendered services in honoring the grave and memory of Sergeant CharlesFloyd, in redepositing of his remains and placing a stone over..."
Date:1897
Place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"... erected to perpetuate the grave and memory of Sergeant CharlesFloyd, and to commemorate certain great events in our countrys history with which his brief career was identified. It remains for me..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... of the acre of ground in Floyds Memorial Park, upon which the grave of Sergeant CharlesFloyd is located; and, Whereas, On the 14th day of February, A. D. 1900, the President and Secretary of this Association..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... CharlesFloyd. He is known to us simply as one of the nine young men from Kentucky, as the Lewis and Clark history styles them, who joined the famous expedition. As Col. R. T. Durrett of Louisville, says..."
Date:1897
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Text:"...50 REPORT OF THE FLOYD MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION. son, Wis. Prof. Butlers subject was Sergeant CharlesFloyd, and a synopsis of his remarks is as follows: What do we know about Sergeant Floyd? We know..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... 168 of the Laws of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly, of which the following is a copy: CHAPTER 168. ERECTION OF A MEMORIAL TO SERGEANT CHARLESFLOYD. S. F. 50. An Act to Provide for and Aid..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... of the Association that shall seek to perpetuate the memory and grave of Sergeant CharlesFloyd, and especialy to hold a meeting August 20, 1895, the ninety-first anniversary of his death. In view of the fact..."
Date:1897
Place:Iowa, USA
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Text:"... on the Library and ordered to be printed. The following is a copy of the bill so introduced: A BILL for an Act to Provide for the Erection of a Memorial to Sergeant CharlesFloyd: Be It Enacted by the Senate..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... the record of the soldier dead for a century. On the 20th of August, 1804, Sergeant CharlesFloyd, the young Kentuckian member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, was buried by his comrades near by on a bluff..."
Date:1897
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Text:"... of the present site of the monument, la the utona slab, laid August 20. 1895, covering the two urns which contain all that, is left of CharlesFloyd. This is the grave to which the remalnH wera..."
Date:1897