Lewis & Clark: Companions
6. Charles Floyd
Sergeant Charles Floyd died after three months of being on the expedition. He became the first and only death of the Corps of Discovery.
7. Patrick Glass
After Sergeant Floyd's death, Lewis and Clark promote Patrick Glass as his replacement. It was only two days after his death that they held an election among themselves to find who would become the new Sergeant.
8. John Newman
An explorer who was removed before they reached Fort Mandan. He was convicted of "mutinous acts", and had sentences such as "one hundred lashes on (Newman's) bare back."
10. William Clark
Led the expedition through Northwest America along side Meriwether Lewis. He grew up with nine other siblings, one of which was a American Revolution military hero. He joined the militia, and then enlisted in the regular army. He was commissioned lieutenant of infantry by president George Washington.