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33 people left Fort Mandan to head for the West. Later, 26 peole later joined. In all, there was a total of 59 people. However, there was one death ,of the permanent party, Charles Floyd, he died near present day Sioux City, Iowa, of a ruptured appendix.

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33 people left Fort Mandan to head for the West. Later, 26 peole later joined. In all, there was a total of 59 people. However, there was one death ,of the permanent party, Charles Floyd, he died near present day Sioux City, Iowa, of a ruptured appendix.

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