Early day Sioux City photographer P.C. Waltermire captured this image of part of the crowd on hand for the Aug. 29, 1895, reburial ceremony for Sgt. Charles Floyd, the only member of the Lewis and Clark expedition to die during its travels. Sgt. Floyd died Aug. 20, 1804 and was burined on a high bluff overlooking the MIssouri river. In 1857 high water washed away part of the bluff exposing the original grave. The grave site was marked by a marble slab to remain until a more suitable monument might be erected. Pioneer citzens inthe picture are identified by number: 1. J.C.C. Hoskins, president of the Floyd Memorial association, 2. John H. Charles, 3. Isaac Pendleton, 4. Mrs. John H. Charles, 5. Mrs. J.C.C. Hoskins, 6. Seth Swigget, publisher of the Eagle, first newspaper published in Sioux City, 7. Dr. S.P. Yeomans, 8. John M. Pinckney, 9. Mrs. Elliott Coues, 10. George W. Young, 11. L. Letellier, 12. John W. Lewis, 13. White Horse, chief orator of the Omaha Indian tribe, 14. Thomas J. Stone, 15. Henry D. Osborne, 16. Eugene W. Rice, 17. James Nelon, 18. Lafayette Miles, 19. C.J. Holman, 20. C.R. Marks, 21. Unidentified, 22. F.E. Gill, 23, E.A. Herman, 24. Unidentified, 25. William Chaffee, 26. Thomas W. Jordan, 27. Unidentified, 28. Unidentified, 29. Claude M. Smith, 30. Arthur F. Statter, 31. Thomas C. Tees, 32. Judge George W.Wakefield, 33. Dr. Elliott Coues, 34. Paul. B. Jenkins, 35. Miss May Pendleton, 36. Frederick R. Holman, 37. Geo. D. Perkins, publisher of The Journal, 38.. Miss Ruth Jenkins, 39. Rev. H.D. Jenkins, 40. Cadet Fred Johnston, 41. Charles Bryan, 42. A.J. Westfall, 43-45 Unidentified, 46. B.P. Yeomans, 47. Unidentified, 48. Mrs. J.D. M. Crockwell, 49. E.E. Crady, 50. George W. McGibbons, 51. A.M. Holman, 52. C.H. Lewis.