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Rm 201: Lt. Zebulon M. Pike

This room is directly left of the elevator and overlooks the courtyard.  It has a queen sized bed and full sized sleeper sofa. 249 square feet

*Pike's first expedition was to explore the upper Mississippi River and was instructed to select a site for a military post somewhere between St. Louis and Prairie du Chien.  He was to procure the consent of the Native Americans for the building of a fort (which became known as Fort Madison and was the first permanent U.S. military fortification on the Uppper Mississippi. ).  It does not appear as appear that the natives had consented to the erection of this fort on the west side of the Mississippi, which was a direct violation of the treaty negotiated with the five Sauk and Fox chiefs in 1804. This later led to the siege of the fort in 1812 in which only a lone chimney remained. (See more information in Room 302 details!)

SIDE NOTE: Pike's Peak in Colorado was named after Lt. Pike's after his second expedition which led him west to the Rocky Mountains!


Air conditioned
Alarm Clock
Cable/Satellite TV
Clock Radio
Daily Room Service
Linen and Towels Provided
Linen Provided
Queen Bed
Room Service
Shower over bath
Sofa Bed
Wireless Internet
Complimentary Welcome Drink at River Rocks