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Did the Revolutionary War extend into Louisiana?


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2011-05-29 14:43:49
2011-05-29 14:43:49

Only to the extent you consider the War of 1812 a reprise of the revolutionary war. Louisiana was a French territory at the time of the American Revolution, not a British colony, so there was no particular reason for it to be affected.

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