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They were involved in the Louisiana Territory, but not its actual purchase. After Thomas Jefferson bought the territory from Napoleon, he sent Lewis & Clark out on an information-gathering mission to the Louisiana and Oregon Territories to, among other things, collect statistical and scientific information, map the area, claim the land for the US, and interact with Native American tribes.

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