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The Louisiana Purchase costed $50,000,000.

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it would cost 1.3 trillion dollars


The us purchased the louisiana territory from Napoleon Bonaparte. It cost about 15 million dollars.


The Louisiana Purchase cost $15 million at the time.


The Louisiana Purchase included 524,800,000 acres, for which the US paid $15,000,000. $15,000,000/524,800,000 = .028582 .... cents per acre.


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The Louisiana Purchase was $15 million. The purchase happened during the presidency of the Thomas Jefferson, and faced strong opposition by many.


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